xmms-jack segfaults and dumps core

David Yeske dyeske at yahoo.com
Thu Jun 24 21:28:37 PDT 2004

I'm not really sure.  Can you get a core dump / back trace?

--- Jon Noack <noackjr at alumni.rice.edu> wrote:
> I thought I'd give JACK a shot so I installed it and the xmms-jack port 
> on my -CURRENT box (Thu Jun 24 05:02:09 CDT 2004).  I am able to start a 
> JACK server and successfully connect with the jack_simple_test program, 
> but trying to play an mp3 in xmms with the xmms-jack output plugin 
> results in xmms segfaulting.  Also, jackd then spams the console it was 
> started on with these messages repeated over and over (while consuming 
> 100% of cpu):
> 	cannot read request from client (0/520/Invalid argument)
> 	could not handle external client request
> Actually, hitting Ctrl-C in jack_simple_test does the same thing, so I 
> guess jackd doesn't like unexpected disconnects.
> To ensure I'm not doing something wrong, what is the proper way to use 
> these on FreeBSD?  Should I use oss or portaudio?  Are there 
> configuration files?  From what I've been able to locate, the 
> documentation is rather thin.  I would greatly appreciate any help.
> Thanks,
> Jon Noack

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