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2.5.6.0 crashes for some users in maverick / wine 1.33

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It's working ok under 11.04 (so I assume 11.10 would work too).

 

The only thing worth mentioning from WineDebug is that is says to update to Alsa v1.0.24 drivers (I understand they're at a lower level than pulse?) - but they don't seem to be available for 10.10!

 

I'm taking that to mean it's actually a bug in Alsa rather than Wine - as the same Wine code works fine on 11.04 (with does use Alsa 1.0.24)

 

trace:winmm:MULTIMEDIA_PlaySound pszSound='0x41fcfac' hmod=(nil) fdwSound=00022002

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound SoundName=L"C:\\Program Files\\ImgBurn\\Sounds\\Success.wav" !

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound ParentChunk ckid=RIFF fccType=WAVE cksize=000109D8

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound Chunk Found ckid=fmt fccType=00000000 cksize=00000010

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound wFormatTag=0001 !

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound nChannels=1

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound nSamplesPerSec=19886

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound nAvgBytesPerSec=19886

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound nBlockAlign=1

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound wBitsPerSample=8 !

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound Chunk Found ckid=data fccType=00000000 cksize=000109B4

trace:winmm:waveOutOpen (0x14aebe4, 4294967295, 0x41fbd38, 68aea120, 14aebdc, 00030000)

trace:winmm:WINMM_StartDevicesThread Starting up devices thread

ALSA lib pcm_pulse.c:1008:(_snd_pcm_pulse_open) Unknown field handle_underrun

err:winediag:AUDDRV_GetAudioEndpoint PulseAudio "default" -22 without handle_underrun. Audio may hang. Please upgrade to alsa_plugins >= 1.0.24

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 32 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 10000 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 10000 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 32 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 10000 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

trace:winmm:WOD_Open (4294967295, 0x14aead0, 00030000)

trace:winmm:WINMM_MapDevice (0x14aead0, 1)

trace:winmm:WOD_Open (0, 0x59de2d0, 00030000)

trace:winmm:WINMM_FindUnusedDevice Found free device: mmdevice: 0, device id: 0

trace:winmm:waveOutPrepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421afa0, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_PrepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421afa0)

trace:winmm:waveOutPrepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421afc0, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_PrepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421afc0)

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421afa0, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421afc0, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

...

 

That WOD_PushData just repeats forever on 10.10.

 

On 11.04 is looks like this:

 

trace:winmm:MULTIMEDIA_PlaySound pszSound='0x1774f4' hmod=(nil) fdwSound=00022003

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound SoundName=L"C:\\Program Files\\ImgBurn\\Sounds\\Success.wav" !

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound ParentChunk ckid=RIFF fccType=WAVE cksize=000109D8

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound Chunk Found ckid=fmt fccType=00000000 cksize=00000010

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound wFormatTag=0001 !

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound nChannels=1

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound nSamplesPerSec=19886

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound nAvgBytesPerSec=19886

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound nBlockAlign=1

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound wBitsPerSample=8 !

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound Chunk Found ckid=data fccType=00000000 cksize=000109B4

trace:winmm:waveOutOpen (0x59de9e4, 4294967295, 0x41ea448, 687e3130, 59de9dc, 00030000)

trace:winmm:WINMM_StartDevicesThread Starting up devices thread

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 32 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 10000 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 10000 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 32 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

fixme:alsa:AudioClient_GetMixFormat Don't know what to do with 10000 channels, pretending there's only 2 channels

trace:winmm:WOD_Open (4294967295, 0x59de8d0, 00030000)

trace:winmm:WINMM_MapDevice (0x59de8d0, 1)

trace:winmm:WOD_Open (0, 0x5dde2d0, 00030000)

trace:winmm:WINMM_FindUnusedDevice Found free device: mmdevice: 0, device id: 0

trace:winmm:waveOutPrepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421b768, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_PrepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421b768)

trace:winmm:waveOutPrepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421b788, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_PrepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421b788)

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b768, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b788, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b768

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b768, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b788

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b788, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b768

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b768, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b788

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b788, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b768

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b768, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b788

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b788, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b768

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b768, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b788

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b788, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b768

trace:winmm:waveOutWrite (0xc000, 0x421b768, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_BeginPlaying (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b788

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_PushData (0xc000)

trace:winmm:PlaySound_Callback Returning waveHdr=421b768

trace:winmm:waveOutReset (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WINMM_Reset (0xc000)

trace:winmm:waveOutUnprepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421b768, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_UnprepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421b768)

trace:winmm:waveOutUnprepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421b788, 32)

trace:winmm:WINMM_UnprepareHeader (0xc000, 0x421b788)

trace:winmm:proc_PlaySound Done playing=L"C:\\Program Files\\ImgBurn\\Sounds\\Success.wav" => ok!

trace:winmm:waveOutClose (0xc000)

trace:winmm:WOD_Close (0xc000)

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i'm eventually planning on moving to 12.04 LTS (or the Mint derived one) but not just for this.

highest alsa for 10.10 i can see is .23, although there's a ton of alsa parts i don't have installed.

 

thanks i guess i'll just leave sounds disable for those users for now.

 

if anyone really cares:

 

http://duopetalflower.blogspot.com/2011/02/alsa-1024-in-ubuntu-1010.html

 

https://bugs.launchpad.net/maverick-backports/+bug/841225

Edited by Smiff

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anyone else having problems with the log window not drawing properly?

mine looks like a copy of part of the main window. closing and reopening it doesn't help. not sure when this start happening

means i can't see the log.

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