[Spice-devel] OSX spice-gtk and pyparsing
kai.mosebach at bsse.ethz.ch
Wed Apr 27 11:05:30 PDT 2011
With a valid OSX audio sink in gstreamer, as soon as I play sound I run
> GSpice-Message: main channel: opened
> GSpice-Message: create window (#0)
> (spicy:24949): GSpice-WARNING **: (channel-main.c:889):_channel_new:
>runtime check failed: (channel != NULL)
> Segmentation fault
How can I enable debugging? Gdb's backtrace is pretty useless... Are there
any other logging sources / flags?
On 4/27/11 7:47 PM, "Kai Mosebach" <spice at komadev.de> wrote:
>>On Wed, Apr 27, 2011 at 06:36:24PM +0200, Kai Mosebach wrote:
>>>and why the bandwidth increases by ~70% compared to the spicec.exe from
>>The bandwidth thing is just a result of using a different client? that is
>>very bizzarre, since it's all server->client and there is no negotiation
>>that could affect the compression scheme.
>Its a different client (spicec.exe 0.8.0 (windows) vs. spice-gtk-0.5 (OSX)
>>Sound wise - is gstreamer working standalone (gst-launch audiotestsrc !
>>should hear a pure tone)? that's what spice-gtk should be using I think.
>To get a valid audiosink for OSX one has to install the macport
>Now it segfaults though :-( im looking into it.
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