I am using Jitsi for some time now and I am really happy it is
OpenSource and about its' privacy/encryption-features.
However, today (running Jitsi on Debian Jessie) I happened to minimise
Jitsi (I did not quit through menu-item 'file' -->'quit'). After that I
was unable to go back to/reactivate Jitsi. I then killed the respective
java-process (ps -aux | grep jitsi ...) and tried to start Jitsi again.
It would however get stuck with status 'UI Service Provider
Implementation' (please see screep-print attached). Reboot did not help.
When starting it through the terminal, however the following message
"sun.awt.image.PNGImageDecoder$PNGException: crc corruption", after
which Jitsi ends up getting stuck again with 'UI Service Provider
Now, when I run Jitsi with "sudo", no such "crc corruption" message
appears in the shell and Jitsi starts normally, is useable and is not
getting stuck with status 'UI Service Provider Implementation'.
I have the 2 log-files (normal user log-file and super user log-file)
attached, did not happen to identify anything tangible error-source. May
be anyone of you - given your experience - is able to detect the cause
of the error... ?
-->I attach as well the normal user shell-content (containing the normal
user error-message 'crc corruption', as opposed to the super-user shell,
where no such message appears).
Your information and hints are greatly appreciated, please do let me
know should any further information be required from my side.
jitsi0.log.0_sudo (22.2 KB)
jitsi0.log.0_normal_user (22 KB)