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SubjectRe: LDT allocated for cloned task!
On Wed, Feb 14, 2001 at 04:06:49PM +0200, Ville Herva wrote:
> > I think I've found what's doing it...xmms with the avi-xmms plugin will
> > cause the message to appear at startup even without playing anything.
> > Moving the libraries out of the /usr/lib/xmms/Input directory and
> > starting xmms again will not produce any message. I only just recently
> > downloaded this plugin which is probably why I didn't see it before.
> >
> > It's also happening on my second (non-DRI) head, so it's probably not
> > related to that (I'll reboot and try again without any DRI modules loaded
> > and see).
>
> I saw/see a lot of those messages on 2.2.18pre19 as well. I hacked the
> kernel to show the process in question, and it's always xmms:
>
> LDT allocated for cloned task (pid=20272; count=3)!
>
> 20272 pts/10 RN 186:01 xmms
>
> And I do have the xmms-avi plugin in the plugin directory. So if you find a
> bug/fix to 2.4, could you please check 2.2 as well? (I'm afraid I'm not
> nearly clueful enough.)

xmms-avi uses DLL loader from wine too? I mean does it use windows codecs
to play AVIs? In this case, the dll loader set up some LDT settings and
this casue that message. However with our player - mplayer - it does not
detected my myself (it can use DLLs to play DivX movies, as well).

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