maemo.org Bugzilla – Bug 11145
No tones are played
Last modified: 2010-08-19 19:23:58 UTC
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SOFTWARE VERSION: 0.2.1
EXACT STEPS LEADING TO PROBLEM:
1. Upgraded from 0.2.0 to 0.2.1
2. Call yourself from several phones
EXPECTED OUTCOME: Default ringtone or custom ringtone playing
ACTUAL OUTCOME: Silence
REPRODUCIBILITY: For me, always
EXTRA SOFTWARE INSTALLED: some, but none that should be relevant in this
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Log for default ringtone (custom mp3 though)
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Log for per-contact ringtone (custom mp3)
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Log for default ringtone, now using Nokia Tune
Note: this one (Nokia Tune) works, and I can hear it.
> Actually playing /home/user/.local/share/sounds/ringtoned/cdcad07ff0ec71339c85cff1dfbffa26.wav
I've copied it this to ~/MyDocs, so that the music-player sees it; it plays
The logs look fine, but I was so smart not to print any debugging message if
playing a file fails...
I uploaded a 0.2.2 version with more debugging info and a new command for
ringtoned-ctl to remove the cache files.
Can you please try:
ringtonedctl startwait > ringtoned.log 2>&1
Just the case when it fails should be enough for now.
Hm, maybe you could also try to send me the mp3 file that fails via email as I
I'm so tempted to go back to GStreamer using only wavparse...
*** Bug 11146 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Can you please test with the attached packages? They use GStreamer again, but
not using playbin2.
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Tried those packages and it works *woohoo* :-)
This should be hopefully fixed in 0.2.3.
(In reply to comment #13)
> This should be hopefully fixed in 0.2.3.
wher can I find 0.2.3?
I uploaded it to extras-devel, so it should be there shortly. It's also in my
It still isn't working for me, as I commented on your blog.
Can you please open a terminal and type this:
ringtonedctl -d startwait > ~/MyDocs/ringtoned.log 2>&1
Then attach here the ringtoned.log file that is in your documents directory.