Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 836002
me-tv doesn't allow to change channels nor to select menu commands after upgrding from F16 to F17
Last modified: 2013-07-31 20:17:50 EDT
Description of problem:
me-tv no longer allows to change channels, nor select any menu-commands.
It used to work fine with Fedora 16, but now after upgrading to Fedora 17 (with preupgrade) it doesn't work anymore.
It just shows one channel, what was on last time in F16 and doesn't react to mouse commands and clicks at all, not even close-button.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. start me-tv
2. try to change channels
Doesn't seem to react any way to mouse clicks.
Change channels, access menu-commands, ....
When starting me-tv on the CLI, it gives this:
Me TV 1.3.6
Gtk-Message: Failed to load module "pk-gtk-module"
06/27/2012 22:15:22: Device: 'DiBcom 7000PC' (DVB-T) at "/dev/dvb/adapter0/frontend0"
06/27/2012 22:15:22: Device: 'DiBcom 7000PC' (DVB-T) at "/dev/dvb/adapter1/frontend0"
06/27/2012 22:15:24: Frontend::tune_to(570000000)
06/27/2012 22:15:24: Waiting for signal lock ...
06/27/2012 22:15:24: Got signal lock
me-tv-player (xine): Setting deinterlacer state to true
me-tv-player (xine): Setting audio stream to 0
me-tv-player (xine): Setting subtitle stream to -1
me-tv-player (xine): Setting mute state to false
me-tv-player (xine): Setting volume to 100
$ locate pk-gtk-module.so
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