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Bug 2279

Summary: x11amp dumps core on first level 3 mp3 file played
Product: [Retired] Red Hat Linux Reporter: David Miller <davem>
Component: x11ampAssignee: Cristian Gafton <gafton>
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Description David Miller 1999-04-20 02:07:53 UTC
Make sure you have no .x11amp directory in your home
directory.  Invoke x11amp and select a level 3 mp3
file to play, it will dump core.

The problem is that x11amp is not setting itself up
correctly with various defaults if no ~/.x11amp/config
file exists.

So if you start x11amp, and then exit it, x11amp will
create a default ~/.x11amp/config file and this problem
goes away for all future invocations.

The core happens because the mpg123 library is being
passed a null pointer for the ip3_format argument in
function mpg123.c:eval_id3_format.

Comment 1 Bill Nottingham 1999-05-24 19:39:59 UTC
seems to have been fixed in 0.9_beta1.1