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Dmitry Iasd
FFMPEG segmentation fault in libavcodec and invalid size of /lib/
on Mar 12, 2011 at 10:15:09 am


I'm trying to compile ffmpeg from source code on Debian Linux. I have a clean version of Debian Lenny (5.08) (installed from scratch) and a VMWare snapshot with Debian Lenny (5.08) snapshot.

I use the same instructions (provided below) to compile FFMPEG on both Debian instances. Here are these instructions:

dpkg -i debian-multimedia-keyring_2010.12.26_all.deb

apt-get install checkinstall yasm git-core subversion

apt-get build-dep ffmpeg

apt-get remove libx264-dev
tar xjvf x264-snapshot-20100926-2245.tar.bz2
cd x264-snapshot-20100926-2245
./configure --enable-pic --prefix=/usr
checkinstall --pkgname=x264 --pkgversion "snapshot-20100926" --backup=no --default
cd ..

apt-get remove libfaac-dev
apt-get remove libfaac0
tar xjvf faac-1.28.tar.bz2
cd faac-1.28
./configure --prefix=/usr
checkinstall --pkgname=faac -pkgversion "1.28.svn`date +%Y%m%d`" --backup=no --default
cd ..

apt-get remove libtheora-dev
apt-get remove libtheora0
tar xzvf libtheora-1.1.1.tar.gz
cd libtheora-1.1.1
./configure --prefix=/usr
checkinstall --pkgname=libtheora --pkgversion "1.1.1" --backup=no --default
cd ..

apt-get remove libvorbis-dev
apt-get remove libvorbis0a # The system will offer to delete some other packages, agree
tar zxvf libvorbis-1.3.1.tar.gz
cd libvorbis-1.3.1
./configure --prefix=/usr
checkinstall --pkgname=libvorbis --pkgversion "1.3.1" --backup=no --default
cd ..

apt-get remove libmp3lame-dev
apt-get remove libmp3lame0
tar xzvf lame-3.98.4.tar.gz
cd lame-3.98.4
./configure --enable-nasm --enable-shared --prefix=/usr
checkinstall --pkgname=lame-ffmpeg --pkgversion="3.98.4" --backup=no --default --deldoc=yes
cd ..

git clone git://
cd libvpx
./configure --enable-pic --enable-vp8 --enable-postproc --enable-runtime-cpu-detect --prefix=/usr
checkinstall --pkgname=libvpx --pkgversion="`date +%Y%m%d%H%M`-git" --backup=no --default --deldoc=yes
cd ..

apt-get install libopenjpeg-dev

svn checkout svn:// -r5946 # THIS IS FFMPEG -r26400
cd libavfilter
./ # Checks out the most current version of FFMPEG that works with libavfilter.
cd ffmpeg
./configure --prefix=/usr --libdir=/lib --shlibdir=/lib --bindir=/bin --incdir=/include/ffmpeg --enable-shared --enable-gpl --enable-version3 --enable-nonfree --disable-ffplay --disable-ffprobe --disable-ffserver --enable-postproc --enable-pthreads --disable-network --enable-runtime-cpudetect --enable-hardcoded-tables --enable-memalign-hack --disable-devices --enable-libfaac --enable-libgsm --enable-libmp3lame --enable-libopenjpeg --enable-libx264 --enable-pic --enable-avfilter --enable-libvpx --enable-libvorbis --enable-libtheora
checkinstall --pkgname=ffmpeg --pkgversion="`date +%Y%m%d%H%M`" --backup=no --default --deldoc=yes
cd ./tools
gcc qt-faststart.c -o /bin/qt-faststart
cd ../../..

mkdir segmenter
cd segmenter
apt-get update
apt-get install libbz2-dev
gcc -Wall -I../libavfilter/ffmpeg -g segmenter.c -o segmenter -lavformat -lavcodec -lavutil -lbz2 -lm -lz -lfaac -lmp3lame -lx264
cp segmenter /usr/bin/segmenter
cd ..

After compilation of FFMPEG on my clean Debian, I see that the size of the library /lib/ is less than the size of the library I get when compiling on the VMWare instance Debian. And this results in the following error:

[ 2707.022186] ffmpeg[7077] general protection ip:b7043028 sp:bf8d8318 error:0 in[b6aca000+7f8000]

when I try to run this command:

/bin/ffmpeg -i "/var/tmp/scooter-race.flv" -threads 0 -f webm -s 640x360 -vcodec libvpx -vb 1024k -g 120 -qmax 50 -qmin 10 -acodec libvorbis -ab 128k -ac 2 -ar 44100 -psnr -y /var/tmp/xcodeout/tempOutputFile

However, when I copy that library /lib/ from VMWare Debian machine to my clean Debian, ffmpeg works without segmentation faults.

Can anyone advice, why these libraries can be different when I compile on different machines following the same steps? Can this be caused by some gcc configuration (in its global configuration files if there are any) or smth like this?


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