#3 Seg Fault attempting to stream from Live365.com

0.60-beta2
closed-fixed
mpg123 (104)
9
2006-07-28
2006-07-26
Anonymous
No

Segmentation Fault occurs when reading a stream from
Live365.com--Perhaps caused because the file that
Live365 actually streams is well over 100Gig.

Would a large streamed file cause a segmentation
fault on my end? mpg123 plays mp3s fine, and though I
haven't found any other reliable streams to test on,
none produce the seg fault. (usually just a 404:
resource not found).

boda @ uga (.) edu

Discussion

  • Thomas Orgis

    Thomas Orgis - 2006-07-26

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    Ok, I tested it and it again looks like the http code
    screwing again.
    Quick test shows current trunk/beta segfault on a libc free
    in http_open. thor6, too - but plain 0.59r doesn't.
    Considering that thor6 doesn't contain much (if any)
    changes by myself in httpget.c, I guess that it may be a
    debian bug.

    It's getting more and more probable that I rewrite this
    file from scratch for the 0.60 release.

     
  • Thomas Orgis

    Thomas Orgis - 2006-07-26
    • priority: 5 --> 9
     
  • Thomas Orgis

    Thomas Orgis - 2006-07-26
    • assigned_to: nobody --> sobukus
     
  • Thomas Orgis

    Thomas Orgis - 2006-07-28

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    Was a programming error that crept in with debian r19;
    freeing the pointer but not nulling it...
    Fix in svn, will be in beta3 this weekend.

     
  • Thomas Orgis

    Thomas Orgis - 2006-07-28
    • status: open --> open-fixed
     
  • Thomas Orgis

    Thomas Orgis - 2006-07-28
    • status: open-fixed --> closed-fixed
     

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