PulseAudio causing kernel panic with GNOME 2.26
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Sat Apr 11 21:59:29 UTC 2009
On Sat, 2009-04-11 at 09:53 +0530, Ashish SHUKLA wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I'm running FreeBSD 8.0-CURRENT (amd64). After portupgrade-ing to GNOME 2.26
> today, I'm not able to boot into GNOME. As soon as gnome-settings-daemon gets
> started, I get a kernel panic. Being in X11, I'm not able to see any messages
> printed on the screen. And also there is no dump getting saved on swap device.
> I also have Xmonad installed, so after booting into Xmonad, I started
> gnome-settings-daemon on terminal, and I noticed after loading pulseaudio
> related stuff, I got a kernel panic.
> You'll notice in the log that I'm using an extended partition as swap (shared
> between GNU/Linux and FreeBSD) and FreeBSD is not dumping on it. So I created a new
> 'freebsd-swap' partition in disklabel, but no still dumps.
> Anyways, there is some information related to the fault is logged in the
> BtW, prior to writing this mail, I've already ran memtest86+ on my box and it
> has passed all the 8 tests without any errors.
Looks like I can now reproduce on i386 -CURRENT from yesterday.
However, things are still good on my amd64 -CURRENT from Apr 4. So
something was committed between 4/4 and 4/8 to break pulse. I'm trying
to get a back trace.
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