Attention beep-media-player users on FreeBSD 5.x
flynn at energyhq.es.eu.org
Mon Aug 30 01:54:49 PDT 2004
On Sun, 29 Aug 2004 18:20:27 -0700 (PDT)
Doug White <dwhite at gumbysoft.com> wrote:
> > If bmp crashes upon start with a libpthread related error, modify
> > your/etc/libmap.conf and add this:
> Complaining about spin locks not initialized, I bet?
The exact error is this:
flynn at scienide% beep-media-player
GThread-ERROR **: file gthread-posix.c: line 188 (): error 'Resource
deadlock avoided' during 'pthread_mutex_trylock'
Abort (core dumped)
It happens pretty early when the program is about to load the skin.
> > # Might crash if used with libpthread
> > [beep-media-player]
> > libc_r.so.5 libc_r.so.5
> > libc_r.so libc_r.so
> This looks like an attempt to hack around the crossed-thread-libraries
> issue. I know how to fix this with KDE, but I'm not as experienced
The problem was that I was mapping libc_r.so to libpthread.so. beepmp
crashes with libpthread, so I had to undo the mapping. However, it's
still true that people who linked beepmp with libpthread need to remap
the lib, e.g.
... and so on.
> with gnome. Generally it involves rebuilding X and all ports in a
> particular order. With KDE you need to rebuild gmake fairly early
> since it encodes build options that get used for qt and dependants.
Interesting, I haven't experienced problems with KDE, at least not in
5.2, I'm waiting for 3.3 to come out to try it again (now on 5.3).
> There may be some information in the -current archives on this issue,
> particularly relating to gnome.
Thanks, I'll have a look.
> If you want to go hunting, run 'ldd' on the beepmp binary and make
> sure libc_r and libpthread don't both show up. If they do, you need to
> hunt through the dependant libraries to find the one depending on
> libc_r and rebuild it. objdump -x is useful here; look for the NEEDED
> entries in the dynamic section.
beepmp links with libgthread and libc_r. If libc_r is mapped to
libpthread the program aborts, it works fine with libc_r.
I'll have a look at the offending code when I have some spare time.
Miguel Mendez <flynn at energyhq.es.eu.org>
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