[Wine] wine and jack => segfault?

Joachim Förster mls.JOFT at gmx.de
Sun Jan 15 03:39:27 CST 2006

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Hi all,

Does really nobody now something about the issue I described?

Meanwhile I have done some further tests: Using the alsa-output driver
works, but then I would have to kill the jack daemon, since jackd blocks
the sound device, although I am running alsa with dmix.

Then a ran Wine with the OSS-output driver while using a tool called
oss2jack (makes a kernel device and re-routes all OSS connections to the
jack daemon). Surprisingly that does NOT work, too. Although other OSS
apps (skype, et, vlc, cedega (oss) ...) run really *very good* over
There is one difference then: Using OSS-output driver, Wine does not
segfault! The M$ Media Player just tells me, that it cannot access audio

Joachim Förster wrote:
> I'm running JACK as my sound daemon and today I installed Wine (from the
> APT-Repository). I setup my .wine directory with the help of winetools.
> So far everything works fine, except sound output (tested with wmplayer
> and a simple wav file). So I selected "jack" as Audio driver.
> But wine segfaults with wmplayer as soon as opening the wav file:
> $ wine .wine/c/Programme/Windows\ Media\ Player/mplayer2.exe
> fixme:process:SetProcessPriorityBoost (0xffffffff,1): stub
> fixme:powermgnt:SetThreadExecutionState (0x2): stub, harmless.
> fixme:powermgnt:SetThreadExecutionState (0x80000000): stub, harmless.
> This sound card's driver does not support direct access
> The (slower) DirectSound HEL mode will be used instead.
> Segmentation fault
> I started qjackctl to see what the JACK says:
> 20:01:39.052 Audio connection graph change.
> 20:01:39.136 Audio connection change.
> 20:01:39.314 XRUN callback (1).
> 20:01:39.317 Audio connection graph change.
> So, I assume there was an "connection" established between Wine and JACK?
> Does anybody know something about this problem? Tell me if I have to
> provide more (log/debug) output etc. ...
> I am running Ubuntu Breezy (breezy kernel 2.6.12-10-686).

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