Created attachment 469963 [details]
backtrace of the crash when output device profile was selected to be A2DP
cmdline: /usr/bin/pulseaudio --start --log-target=syslog
reason: Process /usr/bin/pulseaudio was killed by signal 6 (SIGABRT)
release: Fedora release 14 (Laughlin)
The device is "BCK-08".
It works OK in stereo mode with phones N95 and N900.
Also works in mono HF mode with Pulseaudio.
1. Paired with A2DP/HF Bluetooth stereo handsfree in CLI # hcitool cc <BT_ADDRESS_OF_HF>
2. Connected to the HF with gnome-panel's Bluetooth applet
3. In gnome-volume-control changed profile from HF (mono) to A2DP (stereo)
4. Pulseaudio crashed
A2DP isn't working for me with F15. I can connect to the headset but the device doesn't appear in the sound control combo box (as output device). Pulseaudio hangs sometimes and gnome-control-center crashes regularly.
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