Bugzilla – Bug 1142877
Cadence ALSA MIDI bridge and PulseAudio bridge to Jack broken in Tumbleweed
Last modified: 2019-07-26 13:19:46 UTC
Created attachment 811629 [details]
Hi, I'm running Tumbleweed on a Thinkpad T570 laptop with integrated Intel audio. For about a year I've been using Cadence on Tumbleweed to configure the ALSA MIDI bridge and to bridge PulseAudio through Jack. I haven't had any problems until recently. I don't update to every single TW release, only approximately every month or so. On Tuesday, 23/July of this week I updated to the latest Tumbleweed release, and that is when the problems started.
Now, the ALSA MIDI bridge will not start, nor will the PulseAudio to Jack bridge start. I am attaching logs.
I thought maybe it was a problem with the new 0.9 version of Cadence. But I did a fresh install of Leap 15.1 on the same laptop and added the same version 0.9 of Cadence from the Multimedia repo and it worked perfectly. Then, I upgraded that Leap installation to Tumbleweed again, and it immediately broke the new system. So I don't know if this is a kernel regression or an ALSA regression or a Jack regression or what.
Thanks for the help.
Created attachment 811644 [details]
And here's the A2J (from Packman) segfault I'm getting. LTO related perhaps?
Likely a dup of bug 1141762.
Dave Plater also confirms that it's probably a dupe of bug 1141762 :
Thanks, sorry about that.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 1141762 ***