Hi Timothy,

On 29 August 2012 22:01, Timothy D. Lenz <tl...@vorgon.com> wrote:
> Just did a crash to grab what is in the logs:
>
> /var/log/
> syslog:
> Aug 29 13:57:01 x64VDR vdr: [9106] ATSC Scanner thread started (pid=20976,
> tid=9106)
> Aug 29 13:57:01 x64VDR kernel: ATSC Scanner[9106]: segfault at 7f9ca8000108
> ip 00007f9ca8000108 sp 00007f9c9dc9cbc8 error 15
>
> messages:
> Aug 29 13:57:01 x64VDR kernel: ATSC Scanner[9106]: segfault at 7f9ca8000108
> ip 00007f9ca8000108 sp 00007f9c9dc9cbc8 error 15
>
> kern.log
> Aug 29 13:57:01 x64VDR kernel: ATSC Scanner[9106]: segfault at 7f9ca8000108
> ip 00007f9ca8000108 sp 00007f9c9dc9cbc8 error 15
>
> On the tv it just locks up. have to restart vdr

There's not really much to see from this, apart from showing us that
it is the ATSC Scanner code itself causing the segfault :)

You'll need to recompile the plugin yourself to preserve debug symbols
(any debian packaged version will likely be stripped of symbols) and
then copy it into /var/lib/vdr/plugins (or wherever your vdr is
configured to store plugins)

Then you'll need to make sure core files are generated, e.g., by
adding `ulimit -c unlimited` before the call to /usr/bin/vdr in
/usr/sbin/runvdr (again assuming you're using debian packages).

Then you should get core files generated if a segfault occurs.

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