[edgy] firefox crashs starting video stream(wma) [@__msg_Create] -- libvlc.so.0

Bug #105984 reported by Smaragd on 2007-04-12
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
vlc (Ubuntu)
High
Unassigned

Bug Description

Binary package hint: firefox

when try starting a videostream with link...

http://ondemand.orf.at/zib/player.php?id=zib2&day=2007-04-11

firefox is gone without a word (crashed). video stream has wma format. (where I can put crash trace data?? ... I try this 'Submit Bug Report' botton now)

Smaragd (peter-steinbacher-gmx) wrote :

here some data ...

Smaragd (peter-steinbacher-gmx) wrote :

it's also caused by following js from this side ...
javascript:jumpToClip('http://ondemand.orf.at/zib/playlist.php?id=zib2&day=2007-04-11&fname=zib2200_2007_04_11.wmv&offset=00:00:00.0');

John Vivirito (gnomefreak) wrote :

Can you please attach the full crash log to this bug as we need that to process this bug any further. Also can you give us a step by step way to reproduce this?

Changed in firefox:
assignee: nobody → mozilla-bugs
importance: Undecided → Medium
status: Unconfirmed → Needs Info
Smaragd (peter-steinbacher-gmx) wrote :

1st: I thought I gave a full crash log... how could I do this?
2nd: the big problem is: I can reproduce it myself. When the crash happens, I could reproduce crash every time (start firefox new, try this link and crash). Now after new system start the problem don't show up.
So if you need this log, I think there is no chance do find this bug at the moment.
But please tell me for next time: How can I get a full crash log?

If you whant go further....
So far I found out that from php script I got a asx(xml) file:

<ASX version = "3.0">
        <TITLE>ZEIT IM BILD | </TITLE>
        <AUTHOR>ORF</AUTHOR>
        <COPYRIGHT>ORF</COPYRIGHT>
        <ABSTRACT>ZEIT IM BILD</ABSTRACT>
        <ENTRY>
                <REF href="mms://stream5.orf.at/zib/zib2200_2007_04_13.wmv" />
                <STARTTIME value="" />
        </ENTRY>
</ASX>

And proper behavour is that firefox ask me what application it should use. VLC in me case. And it works.

El sáb, 14-04-2007 a las 15:18 +0000, Smaragd escribió:
> 1st: I thought I gave a full crash log... how could I do this?

The crash report that probably was generated during the crash should be
located at /var/crash/ . If it is still there, please, upload it to [1]

> 2nd: [..] But please tell me for next time: How can I get a full crash
> log?

You can follow our hints to obtain a backtrace while reproducing the
crash at [2], or from an existing crash report at [3].

Thank you, we will reopen this report when you have more information at
hand.

 status rejected

[1]
https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/firefox/+bug/105984/+addcomment
[2]
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MozillaTeam/Bugs#head-c576e78d92cb3c959c271158b6ace98be835de83
[3]
https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MozillaTeam/Bugs#head-523978f1f3009b1b57ef020d5e3ff8674e737f41

Changed in firefox:
status: Needs Info → Rejected

i could reproduce the bug here some backtrace (like descript in [3])

Smaragd (peter-steinbacher-gmx) wrote :

like in [2]

Thank you for your feedback.

Tagging report as mt-confirm for further evaluation.

Changed in firefox:
importance: Medium → High
status: Rejected → Needs Info

Seems that the crash is produced by libvlc ; which plugins do you have installed for handling video streams?

you might want to try with MozPlugger

Alexander Sack (asac) wrote :

this is a vlc bug. totem-mozilla or mozilla-totem should help you. Anyway, reassigning to vlc

Changed in firefox:
assignee: mozilla-bugs → nobody
Torsten Spindler (tspindler) wrote :

The following played fine with vlc on Gutsy
$ vlc mms://stream5.orf.at/zib2/zib2200_2007_04_11.wmv

Changing status to fix released.

Changed in vlc:
status: Incomplete → Fix Released
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