[jitsi-users] appcrash on x86 win7 install


#1

Hi,

We've started group policy deploying Jitsi in our organisation as an IM/pc to pc video chat solution. Thus far it's going well but I've got a few problems I wouldn't mind some help with/insight on.

1). x86 installs produces an appcrash (for run.exe), but seemingly runs ok

2). What are people doing for SSO sign-ins or AD auth'd users? I notice there is an LDAP integration tool but I can't find any documentation on what this feature actually does? We're running openfire with an LDAP sync but want to find an easier method of having our users authenticate. Can the URI provisioning be used for any of this functionality?

Any assistance is greatly appreciated.


#2

Thank you for reporting! We already know about it. Unfortunately, I
don't have access to a machine on which it occurs. Additionally, I
guess it's priority is not high since the application runs OK. Anyway,
I have it on my todo list and I'll try to look into it when I have the
time.

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On Fri, May 20, 2011 at 11:34 AM, Matthew Reymond <mattr@scottparkgroup.com.au> wrote:

1). x86 installs produces an appcrash (for run.exe), but seemingly runs ok


#3

Maybe we can help with the debugging since we are running the machines on which run.exe is crashing.
Unfortunately, I don't have too much time to mess with the source code and recompile. However, if you could send me some quick instructions on how to nail the problem (at least see which line of code may be failing), I'd be glad to test.
I only have the latest visual studio express edition installed.
Also, if you had a "poor-man's" debugging version of run.exe (a printf on each line of code...), I could send the log file back and you could see where it's causing trouble in Win 7.

Just a suggestion.

Thanks for the great project.

Vieri

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--- On Sat, 5/28/11, Lyubomir Marinov <lubo@jitsi.org> wrote:

> 1). x86 installs produces an appcrash (for run.exe),
but seemingly runs ok

Thank you for reporting! We already know about it.
Unfortunately, I
don't have access to a machine on which it occurs.
Additionally, I
guess it's priority is not high since the application runs
OK. Anyway,
I have it on my todo list and I'll try to look into it when
I have the
time.


#4

r8663 fixes a memory corruption which should've been the cause for the crash.

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On Sun, May 29, 2011 at 1:45 AM, Vieri <rentorbuy@yahoo.com> wrote:

1). x86 installs produces an appcrash (for run.exe), but seemingly runs ok


#5

Hi Lyubomir,

I can confirm that the app crash is not an issue anymore in the latest build (at least on my Win 7 systems).

Great work!

Vieri

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--- On Thu, 6/2/11, Lyubomir Marinov <lubo@jitsi.org> wrote:

Vieri <rentorbuy@yahoo.com>
wrote:
> 1). x86 installs produces an appcrash (for run.exe),
but seemingly runs ok

r8663 fixes a memory corruption which should've been the
cause for the crash.