Hi Jonas,

since apparently replies to bugs are not automatically sent to the
submitter, you probably didn't get my previous message. Sorry for that :(

Anyways, here it is:


On Thu, 15 Sep 2016 19:58:39 +0200 Jonas Smedegaard <d...@jones.dk> wrote:
> Package: gnome-twitch-player-backend-mpv-opengl
> Version: 0.3.0-1
> Severity: grave
> Justification: renders package unusable
> Selecting mpv backend immediately causes segmentation fault.

Hi Jonas,

I can not reproduce this. Can you provide one (or more) of the following

1. Log messages (i.e. run gnome-twitch in a terminal, maybe with a lower
logging level by giving it "--log-level=debug" or something as an argument)

2. A backtrace (install the dbgsym packages for gnome-twitch and
gnome-twitch-player-backend-mpv-opengl and run gnome-twitch in gdb, then
get a full backtrace with the "bt full" command.

3. A core dump (I would rather prefer the first two, if they are meaningful)

It would also be interesting to know what kind of graphics hardware you
have (Intel, NVIDIA, AMD...) and if you have tried other backends (and
whether they work). From your report it seems that the segfault happens
directly on selecting the backend, not on playback, is that correct?
Were you selecting it from the settings dialog[1] outside of a stream,
or when you were prompted to select one when trying to watch a stream?
Does the same happen when you try the other one of the two methods?

Tim Dengel

[1] You can reach that dialog by clicking on the "gnome-twitch" item in
gnome's "task bar" and then selecting "settings"


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