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|ID||Category||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0008471||bugs||2020-11-19 11:37||2020-11-19 11:45|
|Platform||AMD Ryzen||OS||Manjaro||OS Version||KDE|
|Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0008471: Crash on loading session (Thread 29 "audioengine" received signal SIGABRT)|
|Description||I've created a session on one machine running Manjaro (desktop PC). Then I've copied it to another machine also running Manjaro (laptop).|
One the desktop it works fine - on the laptop it crashes Ardour every time I try to load it.
I've tried the newest nightly build 6.3.333 in debug and produced a complete backtrace.
I've tested this loading he project in "safe mode" - no difference.
I'm attaching two backtraces from two versions of Ardour.
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Ardour gdb dbg.log (28,616 bytes)
Ardour gdb.log (18,250 bytes)
||Correction: this happens on loading or creating *any* session. The problem didn't occur before I've updated the system (pacman -Syu), I'll reboot and see if that changes anything.|
Allright, rebooting the system fixed the problem.
I wonder if something could be done to communicate such situations to the user and instruct them what to do.
I suspect maybe some libraries on disk were in different versions than in memory?