Subject: Re: XMMS being iffy
To: Daniel Carosone <email@example.com>
From: Dublet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/31/2003 16:38:00
Don't know if this is related to my xmms crashing, but I just discovered
assertion "0" failed: file "/usr/src/lib/libpthread/pthread.c", line 341,
is this bad?
Dublet(email@example.com)@2003.01.31 14:25:01 +0000:
> Daniel Carosone(firstname.lastname@example.org)@2003.02.01 00:13:07 +0000:
> > On Fri, Jan 31, 2003 at 08:50:08PM +1100, Daniel Carosone wrote:
> > > On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 07:20:26PM +0100, Dublet wrote:
> > > > I'm using -current on two machines (both updated after the big pthread
> > > > change, the lastest yesterday), they both behave strangely, causing
> > > > the whole program to stop playing music.
> > >
> > > All I can say is I'm not seeing the same thing. I'd never bothered
> > > trying xmms, but I gave it a go today and.. i really like it. My
> > > fingers just know how to drive it (from winamp).
> > Oops. Spoke too soon. Suddenly it just stopped.
> I was going to say, XMMS is not that hard to drive :)
> > I noticed one thing interesting, though. Normally xmms when running
> > has 6 lwp's. After it stopped playing, ps -s showed only five. Then
> > the gui hung and there were 4.
> Perhaps this is some thread dieing issue? I'd try to debug if threads
> wheren't so annoying to do so :)
> > --
> > Dan.
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