after upgrading my (32bit) System to Fedora 23 from Fedora 22 (went smoothly)
my favourite music player "clementine" doesn't work anymore :-(
Clementine dies immediately after start and /var/log/messages shows:
May 3 16:08:18 siffux audit: ANOM_ABEND auid=1953 uid=1953 gid=12203 ses=1 pid=3285 comm="QThread" exe="/usr/bin/clementine" sig=11
May 3 16:08:18 siffux kernel: show_signal_msg: 42 callbacks suppressed
May 3 16:08:18 siffux kernel: QThread: segfault at 31 ip 8032248e sp a87f9870 error 4 in clementine[800fb000+1071000]
May 3 16:08:37 siffux systemd-coredump: Process 3262 (clementine) of user 1953 dumped core.
What's going on? Any pointer to a solution very welcome.
PS: Amarok works but is not my favourite. Others I don't like.
Kind regards, Frank Elsner
Hm, lists' webui has stripped my formatting. I'll add some explicit
padding to be sure it does not break this time:
--├─ btrfs `/` (with btrfs subvolumes, which is irrelevant here)
Sometimes with F23, after some hours, I can't switch from X to tty
consoles (ex, with ctrl+alt+f2). Consoles are frozen, I can switch only
to tty1, from which I started X with startx. All F23 kernel versions are
concerned, now kernel-4.4.7. Same problem happens with xfce4, fluxbox or
Enlightenment-0.20.x. I don't use any display manager like lightdm, gdm,
I should know, but can't think of it: how do I get Yumex on
F23xfce to use rpmfusion (and ELRepo if it can)??
Beartooth Staffwright, NQC Linux Evangelist
Remember I know little (precious little!) of this.
I recently tried to improve the boot time of a low-end laptop (normal
hdd, no SSD) running Fedora23 (+lightdm + xfce), and disabled unneeded
services which were loaded at boot.
However the systemd-journald.service still takes a lot of time to get
started (11.2s), dispite reducing the maximum log size used by systemd
to 64m (found the suggestion in several forums).
Curently, the critical chain looks like:
[root@localhost elfie]# systemd-analyze critical-chain
└─NetworkManager.service @18.317s +1.995s
└─systemd-update-utmp.service @16.084s +53ms
└─auditd.service @15.613s +459ms
└─systemd-tmpfiles-setup.service @15.152s +429ms
└─systemd-journal-flush.service @14.511s +621ms
└─systemd-journald.service @3.268s +11.222s
Are there any tools available for analyzing this any further?
Thank you in advance, Clemens