[CinCV TNG] Cinelerra-GG on Debian Stretch ?
good1.2guy at gmail.com
Mon Aug 14 17:08:29 CEST 2017
Sorry to hear you are having problems. Stretch was giving me problems too.
The big problem I had was that the default video driver had "issues" with
my graphics card.
I looked at your backtrace. The backtrace indicates a munmap pointer is
bad, in the address data. After looking at it, I would have to conclude the
XQueryTree call did not work in get_top_coords. No idea why. The call
setup looks good
The system stabilized after I added "nomodeset" to the kernel startup. I
tried to run without nomodeset on my build systems, one died on boot, one
died in the desktop, and I never got to try cinelerra before the failures
Try nomodeset to see if that is it. This is specified at boot time by
editing the linux kernel startup command line using the grub editor. Edit
the linux kernel cmdline, like:
linux /vmlinuz-<version> root=UUID=... *nomodeset*
What is your graphics card? The probe that is running when the error occurs
is trying to find the window manager's parent window geometry. What is
the window manager? Gnome segv's when I use an old graphics card, but
nomodeset is a work-around.
On Sun, Aug 13, 2017 at 7:34 AM, AD <aldopic at free.fr> wrote:
> Dear Cinelerra developers and users,
> I've just found your website and various announces on it, in particular
> the one about GG version of Cinelerra.
> I used to do some video editing with Cinelerra-CV a few years ago and I
> wish to continue in this way.
> Unfortunately I did not manage to install Cinelerra-GG on my fresh Debian
> Stretch. The Debian package on your website is for Jessie (old stable) and
> it does not work with Stretch (the new stable).
> Do you plan to update it in a near future ?
> Thanks a lot for your work!
> Cinelerra mailing list
> Cinelerra at lists.cinelerra-cv.org
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