RE: [GnomeMeeting-list] "Abnormal call termination"
- From: Josh Green <josh resonance org>
- To: GnomeMeeting mailing list <gnomemeeting-list gnome org>
- Subject: RE: [GnomeMeeting-list] "Abnormal call termination"
- Date: Wed, 17 May 2006 14:06:10 +0200
On Wed, 2006-05-17 at 13:38 +0200, Damien Sandras wrote:
> Le mercredi 17 mai 2006 à 13:23 +0200, Josh Green a écrit :
> > Thanks for the info. I wouldn't be too hard on Gentoo though, its 100%
> > unusable for those who configure it wrong ;) Its only a matter of
> > adding a USE flag for the Opal ebuild. Which can be done like so (for
> > those interested):
> > echo "net-libs/opal debug" >>/etc/portage/package.use
> That activates the debug build, which is not a good idea. Having trace
> statements and a debug build are two very different things.
Are you sure? I didn't see anything particularly special in the ebuild
related to the "debug" USE flag, except for the NOTRACE. This is
the ./configure line executed with USE=debug enabled:
./configure --prefix=/usr --host=i686-pc-linux-gnu
--mandir=/usr/share/man --infodir=/usr/share/info --datadir=/usr/share
--sysconfdir=/etc --localstatedir=/var/lib PWLIBDIR=/usr/share/pwlib
--disable-transnexusosp --disable-iax --enable-localspeex
It looks like the files are being compiled with -O2 and the rest of my
flag optimizations. I don't even see a '-g' flag actually.
Perhaps I'm overlooking something though. Regardless, I suppose I can
disable debug if it does become a problem in the future.
> > Now that I got some useful debug output, I found a thread which sounds
> > like the exact same issue. I am also getting a massive amount of
> > messages like:
> > "RTP STUN could not create socket pair"
> > The thread for reference:
> > http://mail.gnome.org/archives/gnomemeeting-devel-list/2006-March/msg00004.html
> > So I think its a problem with the NAT router I'm using and the STUN
> > implementation. I'll try setting a different RTP port range using
> > gconf, like one reply to that thread suggests.
> > For reference, the router is a D-Link DI-824VUP+ and I'm connecting to
> > it wirelessly with my laptop.
> There is a workaround for that in CVS.
Thanks for the tip. I'll give CVS a shot.
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