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audio_playback crashed with signal 5 in g_object_unref()

Reported by Lacyc3 on 2008-08-08
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Bug Description

Binary package hint: hwtest

I tested sound system with hardware testing program while i listening music in rhythmbox.
I useing Alsa sound system.

Description: Ubuntu intrepid (development branch)
Release: 8.10
Hwtest Version: 0.1-0ubuntu10

ProblemType: Crash
Architecture: i386
DistroRelease: Ubuntu 8.10
ExecutablePath: /usr/share/hwtest/scripts/audio_playback
InterpreterPath: /usr/bin/python2.5
Package: hwtest 0.1-0ubuntu10
PackageArchitecture: all
ProcAttrCurrent: unconfined
ProcCmdline: /usr/bin/python /usr/share/hwtest/scripts/audio_playback /usr/share/hwtest/data/audio_playback.wav
ProcEnviron:
 PATH=/usr/share/hwtest/scripts:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin
 LANG=C
 SHELL=/bin/bash
Signal: 5
SourcePackage: hwtest
StacktraceTop:
 ?? () from /usr/lib/libgthread-2.0.so.0
 ?? () from /usr/lib/gstreamer-0.10/libgstalsa.so
 g_object_unref () from /usr/lib/libgobject-2.0.so.0
 ?? ()
 PyDict_Clear ()
Title: audio_playback crashed with signal 5 in g_object_unref()
Uname: Linux 2.6.26-5-generic i686
UserGroups:

Lacyc3 (lacyc3) wrote :
Daryl Lublink (dlublink) wrote :

This happened for me too.

Matt Zimmerman (mdz) wrote :

Running the script manually gives:

perseus:[~] /usr/share/hwtest/scripts/audio_playback /usr/share/hwtest/data/audio_playback.wav

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **:
Trying to dispose element my_pipeline, but it is not in the NULL state.
You need to explicitly set elements to the NULL state before
dropping the final reference, to allow them to clean up.

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **: Failed to deactivate pad typefind:src, very bad

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **: Failed to deactivate pad wavparse0:sink, very bad

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **:
Trying to dispose element wavparse0, but it is not in the NULL state.
You need to explicitly set elements to the NULL state before
dropping the final reference, to allow them to clean up.

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **:
Trying to dispose element typefind, but it is not in the NULL state.
You need to explicitly set elements to the NULL state before
dropping the final reference, to allow them to clean up.

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **:
Trying to dispose element decode, but it is not in the NULL state.
You need to explicitly set elements to the NULL state before
dropping the final reference, to allow them to clean up.

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **:
Trying to dispose element source, but it is not in the NULL state.
You need to explicitly set elements to the NULL state before
dropping the final reference, to allow them to clean up.

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **:
Trying to dispose element convert, but it is not in the NULL state.
You need to explicitly set elements to the NULL state before
dropping the final reference, to allow them to clean up.

(audio_playback:5933): GStreamer-CRITICAL **:
Trying to dispose element sink, but it is not in the NULL state.
You need to explicitly set elements to the NULL state before
dropping the final reference, to allow them to clean up.

GThread-ERROR **: file /build/buildd/glib2.0-2.17.7/gthread/gthread-posix.c: line 171 (g_mutex_free_posix_impl): error 'Device or resource busy' during 'pthread_mutex_destroy ((pthread_mutex_t *) mutex)'
aborting...
zsh: trace trap (core dumped) /usr/share/hwtest/scripts/audio_playback

Jean.c.h (slug71) wrote :

Happened to me too, just ran Hardware Testing with nothing else running.

"Happened to me too, just ran Hardware Testing with nothing else running."

+1

Olisemeka Omo (speedbaron) wrote :

Same thing here. I just ran Hardware Testing.

same here, no sound at all

Greg Adams (adamsgn) wrote :

It played sound in Hardware Testing, then crashed.

Do someone know how I get sounds back in Gnome? Flash sound works, but system sounds and wmv sounds doesn't work.

I got this also, from a very fresh install. The taskbar crash icon came up as I was starting to run the hardware testing utility, I ignored the icon and continued, the utility found sound ok. While starting to submit this launchpad report I found these other comments also mentioning Hardware Testing, which I have tried for a second time and it found sound again. mp3 and system sounds also seem to be still working. Fingers crossed it lasts.

Luca Dariz (luca-dariz) wrote :

The same happened to me, after an upgrade from 8.04.
During the audio test, I heard the sound then the app crashed.
I append user.log, if it can be useful.

Craig Ringer (ringerc) wrote :

Just seen the same on today's Intrepid. Interestingly, I'd recently (at least one boot ago) enabled the "use mic as output" option to use my second headphone jack as an audio output. This may well be coincidence.

Mickey (michael.z) wrote :

Same here

bugmenot (bugmenot) wrote :

also happens while running hwtest on interpid alpha 4 after first sound could be heard, see #264079 for more details

Snowniak (snowniak) wrote :

Same here, but I am on an AMD64 Alpha 5.

Jean.c.h (slug71) on 2008-12-30
Changed in hwtest:
status: New → Confirmed
Michele Tonetto (mitonetto) wrote :

Hy
after testing all sound went right.

(hope 2008 end soon...
Good 2009!)

Daniel Manrique (roadmr) wrote :

Thank you for reporting this bug to Ubuntu. Ubuntu 8.10 reached EOL on April 30, 2010. Hwtest has been replaced with checkbox, and the audio tests reworked extensively. As a result, this crash doesn't happen anymore. Thus, I'll mark this bug invalid. Thanks for your reports.

Changed in hwtest (Ubuntu):
status: Confirmed → Invalid
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