[debian] phonfsod/phoneuid: fso-deviced killed when calling

Dr. Michael Lauer mickey at vanille-media.de
Mon Feb 22 11:05:22 CET 2010

Am 22.02.2010 um 03:12 schrieb Sebastian Reichel:

> On Sun, Feb 21, 2010 at 09:29:49PM +0100, Michael 'Mickey' Lauer wrote:
>> Am Sonntag, den 21.02.2010, 19:21 +0100 schrieb arne anka:
>>> investigating my core issue of the fr not suspending anymore after a call,  
>>> i see now that fsodeviced dies the moment i hit either "call" (outgoing)  
>>> or "accept" (incoming).
>>> since fso-deviced is dead, nothing, in terms of idle notification at  
>>> least, happens anymore.
>> A backtrace would be splendid. Could you install -dbg packages as well
>> as gdb, change params to have apps emit a coredump and then get us a
>> backtrace? Or just run fsodeviced directly under gdb and once it dies
>> get us a backtrace.
>> Cheers,
>> :M:
> Hi,
> You fixed this already in [1]. fso-deviced in Debian is still from
> Janurary 2010, because of the added libnl2 depdendency [2] from
> libfso* in newer versions.
> I just uploaded a new fso-deviced package adding a -dbg package
> and the referenced patch.

Ah, awesome. Thanks for your work!



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