From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:0.9.4+) Gecko/20010914 BuildID: 2001091408 Seems to be a mozilla bug because the Crossover plugins used to work on previous mozilla builds. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Install Crossover plugin from codeweavers.com 2. From Crossover plugin setup, install Quicktime plugin 3. Restart mozilla 4. Go to URL above Actual Results: Browser crashes with this message on console: ./mozilla-bin: error while loading shared libraries: /usr/local/mozilla/plugins/npwine.npqtplugin.so: undefined symbol: XtDisplayToApplicationContext Expected Results: load the plugin
just installed moz0.9.3 and cp'd the plugins over - worked fine. looks like a moz bug.
Testing with a current CVS mozilla build I watched Quicktime plugin play the trailer for "Monsters, Inc." No error messages. Happy to say WFM (I ordered the Crossover CD two days before this bug was filed and it finally arrived today.)
Also tested on trunk nightly build ID 2001100521: No errors, Quicktime movies play fine with Crossover plugin. WFM. The plugins i copied over to /usr/local/mozilla/plugins were: npwine.npqtplugin.so npwine.npqtplugin3.so npwine.npqtplugin2.so npwine.npqtplugin4.so npwine.npqtplugin5.so npwine.NPSWF32.so npwine.np32dsw.so Reporter: Are you still seeing the bug as originally reported in the latest nightlies? (Reply by clicking link to bug near top of bug-mail and use comment-form on web)
Still crashing for me with build 200100621 Linux 2.4.10 i686 glibc2.2.2-10 binutils-220.127.116.11.2-3 XFree86-4.1.0-0.0.1 Any suggestions how I could pinpoint the error? Something must have changed between moz0.9.3 and build 2001091408. Trouble is, mozilla crashes with that error message without invoking talkback. I could try binary search testing previous builds to find when it broke - anything else I could try?
Does setting LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.2.5 have any effect? Do you see this on a system with the 2.2 kernel?
LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.2.5 has no effect. I'll try kernel 2.2 later. Filed bug 103763 for the talkback not being invoked issue.
Assuming you mean 2001091408: yes. Download the next nightly (but not the currently latest: There's been a plugin fix you might like lately (the java crasher)) Then try again, and report back?
my own config is kernel-2.4.2-2 glibc-2.2.2-10 binutils-18.104.22.168.2-3 XFree86-4.0.3-5
This also happens to me upon loading a png image, at URL. http://freecnc.sourceforge.net/screenshots/allyourbase.png Slackware Linux 8.0 Xfree 4.1.0 Moz: 2001101202 0.9.5
Again: works like a dream here. The png files when loaded on a page without html, are displayed by the Quicktime plugin, if it's set up to deal with .png files. And again - it works like a dream here. What happens when you run Quicktime as a free-standing application?
adding pavlov to CC. XtDisplayToApplicationContext is mentioned in two files: seamonkey/source/widget/src/xlib/nsAppShell.cpp seamonkey/source/widget/src/gtkxtbin/gtkxtbin.c All Crossover plugins run just fine here, in CVS build as well as current nightly. Only "main" difference between my own and reporter's system is XFree86 version.
This is strange. Suddenly i've started seeing this bug too: It now always crashes when loading crossover plugins, with /usr/local/mozilla/mozilla-bin: relocation error: /usr/local/mozilla/plugins/npwine.NPSWF32.so: undefined symbol: XtDisplayToApplicationContext The build I'm using is 2001102106. I earlyer played a QT video in this same build just fine - and today: only crahes, also on the same video i played OK earlyer. Three days ago i upgraded rh7.1 to errata to kernel 2.4.9 and the new glibc files. I then built the new nVidia drivers from source, rebooted and am using the agpgart driver. This worked fine for three days. All plugins ran - till they suddenly started crashing today. Deleting cache did not help. Creating a brand new .mozilla and profile did not help. I noticed the appreg file in .mozilla was over 15 times bigger in the old .mozilla dir than the new which is only 15130 bytes - don't know if that's significant. Also, a file "registry" does not seem to be recreated. May have been a leftover from long ago, my old .mozilla dir was over half a year old.
wow.. and here is something even weirder: After 10 crashes like this, i checked what was in the plugins dir. I noticed i hadn't linked in java and the acrobat reader plugin yet, so i did that ln -s /usr/local/Acrobat4/Browsers/intellinux/nppdf.so /usr/local/mozilla/plugins/ ln -s /usr/local/jre1.3.1/plugin/i386/ns600/libjavaplugin_oji.so /usr/local/mozilla/plugins/ And after this: NO more crashes! Now all crossover plugins suddenly work again: Both Quicktime and Schockwave Flash.
I also see this. Right after I copied in my shockwave files into the plugins dir, i am able to load the crossover fine without any crashes at all.
the problem is that we do not link directly against libXt. flash does, so it gets dynamically loaded, before crossover's plugin. the other solution to this bug is to LD_PRELOAD libXt. this isn't something we are going to fix. it should probably be release noted though.
I mailed Codeweavers: They will comment here tomorrow. The bug is fixed there.
This is actually an embarrassing CrossOver bug. The plugin we shipped in version 1.0 did not link with Xt although it does use it. With Netscape and older releases of Mozilla this was not apparent because Xt always got loaded in time. This is no longer the case with the newer releases of Mozilla. Xt may or may not be loaded when the CrossOver plugin gets loaded, it all depends on which other plugins got loaded before. Of course this will be fixed in the 1.01 version which we hope to release very soon. But who wants to wait :-) Just send an email to the CrossOver support mailing list at firstname.lastname@example.org (or directly to me at email@example.com) and I will send the corrected plugin file to you right away (it's not very big, around 32KB compressed). I wish to apologize for all the trouble this caused to everyone.
ok, not a mozilla bug, marking invalid.
A release note is a good idea. The Crossover plugin is brand new, but the only one that allows Linux users to watch Quicktime movies for instance. (w/Sorenson codec) I think many will consider it a "must" by and by. Existance of a fix should be mentioned. Adding relnote keyword.
spam : marking invalid bugs 'verif'. reopen if u disagree, reporter!