FreeBSD port: rhythmbox-0.8.5_3
Joe Marcus Clarke
marcus at marcuscom.com
Thu Sep 23 09:26:59 PDT 2004
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| Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
|> On Wed, 2004-09-22 at 18:35, Esaltato wrote:
|>> There are 2 problems with this port: the first is the 100% cpu
|>> utilization I experience as I listen to internet radios. This is not
|>> the old idle bug.
|> I have heard this before, but I don't listen to Internet radio, so I
|> have never explored it.
| But have you got the same bug?
Actually, I don't. I created a new Internet radio station last night,
and rhythmbox barely hit 1% CPU time. I let it run for a few hours.
| Sorry, I was a bit vague. The gnome nautilus menu, when you right-click
| on any folder/multimedia file.
| Just imagine the nice 16x16 stereo icon replaced with a standard blank
| 32x32 gnome icon (the 3Dish white sheet). The menu consequentially
| messes up. This forced me to uninstall RB.
Looks fine to me. I see the standard rhythmbox icon that I see in my
panel. Check to see that you have rhythmbox.png in
|>> The first may as well be a program bug, the second seems to be a port
|>> I'm on FreeBSD 5.2.1, Rhythmbox compiled from ports using -02 -pipe
Really, you shouldn't be using these CFLAGS. Before reporting any
problems, you should rebuild using default CFLAGS (in this case, rebuild
gstreamer* and rhythmbox with -O -pipe, and see if you have the same
problems with Internet radio).
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