Hi all ;-)
I just had a bug with vlc(Segmentation fault) on Blag/Freedora-Libre-Kernel 20 as describred here:
vlc is now working after:
vlc -vv --avcodec-hw none
this disables hardware acceleration
but mainly i found myself afterhttp://valgrind.org/
Valgrind is an instrumentation framework for building dynamic analysis tools. There are Valgrind tools that can automatically detect many memory management and threading bugs, and profile your programs in detail. You can also use Valgrind to build new tools.
not being able to scroll all the way up to the initials commands.Maybe as i issued quite a few commands the Terminal became saturated?
several commands with hundreds of lines as result(should i quit on each hight-verbose-result and relog after having copied and pasted of course the result?)
just the $ vlc -vvv /home/linuxlibre/Téléchargements/'Peuterey Integral Ridge.mp4' gave a result of 182 lines!
My question is as i have been encouraged to file a bug report after installing
# debuginfo-install vlc-core-2.1.4-1.fc20.x86_64
(not installed yet)https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/StackTraces
Is there a way scrolling up:ie giving maximum verbose in the terminal(i guess i have a 500 line mx capacity but the info ,rushs so fast and is so "quantitative that't it's hard to know) if i encounter such situation again.
i have tried:
but that will show just the later commands:
161 vlc -vvv /home/linuxlibre/Téléchargements/'Peuterey Integral Ridge.mp4'
176 yum install valgrind
177 su -
178 valgrind VLC
179 valgrind vlc
180 valgrind -v vlc
181 rpm --checksig ffmpeg
182 rpm --checsig ffmpeg
183 rpm --checksig --nogpg ffmpeg
184 rpm --checksig vlc
185 yum remove ffmpeg(was re_installed after)
186 su -
187 valgrind /usr/bin/vlc
188 vlc -I skins2
189 cvlc FILE
190 cvlc 'Peuterey Integral Ridge'
191 svlc/home/linuxlibre/Téléchargements/'Peuterey Integral Ridge.mp4'
192 vlc -vv --avcodec-hw none
terminfo - terminal capability data base
http://linuxmanpages.net/manpages/fedor ... nfo.5.html
Suffix Meaning Example
-nn Number of lines on the screen aaa-60
-np Number of pages of memory c100-4p
-am With automargins (usually the default) vt100-aa
this is too quite complicated i don't know how to even access to the info which would inform me on my max-lines-in terminal.
Be grateful for any suggestions ;-)