Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 970188
Segfault when advancing to next song
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:26:19 EST
Description of problem:
I updated to F19 from F18 via fedup. Rhythmbox fails to play more than one song without crashing. It starts the first song and if I let it complete or if I tell it next song manually it segfaults.. based on the bt it could be gstreamer related but I thought I would start here as totem has no problems advancing between videos.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open rhythmbox
2. Play a playlist
3. Click 'Next'
Next song is played
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thread apply all bt full
I've just installed F19 from scratch to a separate drive. Added 3 songs to rhythmbox and it played between them without a problem. So I'm not sure what the issue is with the exact same machine but that has been continuously updated instead... Feel free to close this if you don't think there is a real bug as I am transitioning to the newly installed version anyway.
I see virtually identical behaviour when playing downloaded podcasts. The first one plays fine but if I click on an other file after that it crashes.
This is also a fedup'd 18->19 system.
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