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Mediatomb segmentation fault on start watching video
I upgraded to 12.04 (from 10.04) today and it broke my mediatomb. The issue I'm having is when I try to watch a video then media tomb suddenly crashes. I added the -D flag to the options and ran the ...
Jul 15 '12 at 4:05
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