Seg fault on Emulator startup?

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Seg fault on Emulator startup? garycode 11/23/09 7:30 PM
Hi,
When I start the emulator with the command
emulator -avd Android2.0
it comes up with
Segmentation fault (core dumped)

if i start it without sound it works
emulator -no-audio -avd Android2.0

I'm using Fedora Core 12 64bit.
If i run
emulator -verbose -avd Android2.0

i get this,

emulator: found SDK root at /home/gary/android-sdk-linux
emulator: root virtual device file at /home/gary/.android/avd/
Android2.0.ini
emulator: virtual device content at /home/gary/.android/avd/
Android2.0.avd
emulator: virtual device config file: /home/gary/.android/avd/
Android2.0.avd/
config.ini
emulator:     locking user data image at /home/gary/.android/avd/
Android2.0.avd/userdata-
qemu.img
emulator:     locking cache image at /home/gary/.android/avd/
Android2.0.avd/
cache.img
emulator: ignoring non-existing SD Card at /home/gary/.android/avd/
Android2.0.avd/sdcard.img: No such file or
directory
emulator: found skin 'HVGA' in directory: /home/gary/android-sdk-linux/
platforms/android-2.0/
skins
emulator: autoconfig: -skin
HVGA
emulator: autoconfig: -skindir /home/gary/android-sdk-linux/platforms/
android-2.0/
skins
emulator: keyset loaded from: /home/gary/.android/
default.keyset
emulator: trying to load skin file '/home/gary/android-sdk-linux/
platforms/android-2.0/skins/HVGA/
layout'
emulator: skin network speed:
'full'
emulator: skin network delay:
'none'
emulator: registered 'boot-properties' qemud service
emulator: registered 'boot-properties' qemud service
emulator: Adding boot property: 'qemu.sf.lcd_density' = '160'
emulator: Adding boot property: 'dalvik.vm.heapsize' = '16m'
emulator: argv[00] = "emulator"
emulator: argv[01] = "-kernel"
emulator: argv[02] = "/home/gary/android-sdk-linux/platforms/
android-2.0/images//kernel-qemu"
emulator: argv[03] = "-initrd"
emulator: argv[04] = "/home/gary/android-sdk-linux/platforms/
android-2.0/images//ramdisk.img"
emulator: argv[05] = "-nand"
emulator: argv[06] = "system,size=0x4800000,initfile=/home/gary/
android-sdk-linux/platforms/android-2.0/images//system.img"
emulator: argv[07] = "-nand"
emulator: argv[08] = "userdata,size=0x4200000,file=/home/gary/.android/
avd/Android2.0.avd/userdata-qemu.img"
emulator: argv[09] = "-nand"
emulator: argv[10] = "cache,size=0x4200000,file=/home/gary/.android/
avd/Android2.0.avd/cache.img"
emulator: argv[11] = "-serial"
emulator: argv[12] = "android-kmsg"
emulator: argv[13] = "-serial"
emulator: argv[14] = "android-qemud"
emulator: argv[15] = "-append"
emulator: argv[16] = "qemu=1 console=ttyS0 android.checkjni=1
android.qemud=ttyS1 android.ndns=1"
emulator: argv[17] = "-m"
emulator: argv[18] = "96"
emulator: argv[19] = "-clock"
emulator: argv[20] = "unix"
emulator: mapping 'system' NAND image to /tmp/android/emulator-2nFiaj
emulator: rounding devsize up to a full eraseunit, now 480f000

Segmentation fault (core dumped)

Any idea why the emulator is getting a problem with sound? I'm trying
to write an app that uses sound so really need to get this working but
i'm stumped.

Thanks

Gary
Re: Seg fault on Emulator startup? Daniel 12/8/09 6:28 PM
Same problem happens to me today.
with -no-audio options, I can start my emulator.
My system is Arch x86_64
Re: Seg fault on Emulator startup? cygoh 1/25/10 7:40 PM
Same here. -no-audio options solve the segfault on emulator
Using fedora 12 32bit
Re: [android-developers] Seg fault on Emulator startup? David Turner 1/26/10 11:34 AM
Did you try the -audio option, see -help-audio for details...


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Re: Seg fault on Emulator startup? loopy 3/22/10 2:40 PM
I recently moved my development over to Fedora 12 on an x86_64
platform rather than a 32 bit platform and encountered all of these
problems.
I found some 32-bit packages that are needed to run the audio in the
emulator - in particular alsa-lib.i386 and alsa-plugins-
pulseaudio.i686.  These fixed the segfault problem, enabling "-audio
alsa".  Here are the 32-bit rpm packages that I needed to install in
F12 x86_64 to run the 32-bit parts of the android SDK:

yum install glibc.i686 glibc-devel.i686 libstdc++.i686 zlib-devel.i686
ncurses-devel.i686 libX11-devel.i686 glibc.i686 ncurses-libs.i686
libgcc.i686 ncurses-libs.i686 libstdc++.i686 libX11.i686 zlib.i686
SDL.i686 libXext.i686 libXv.i686 libXrandr.i686 alsa-lib.i686 alsa-
plugins-pulseaudio.i686

On Jan 25, 11:40 pm, cygoh <choonyo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Same here. -no-audio options solve the segfault on emulator
> Usingfedora12 32bit

>
> On Dec 9 2009, 10:28 am, Daniel <dqmin...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Same problem happens to me today.
> > with -no-audio options, I can start my emulator.
> > My system is Archx86_64
>
> > On Nov 24, 11:30 am, garycode <garyma...@hotmail.com> wrote:
>
> > > Hi,
> > > When I start the emulator with the command
> > > emulator -avd Android2.0
> > > it comes up with
> > > Segmentation fault (core dumped)
>
> > > if i start it without sound it works
> > > emulator -no-audio -avd Android2.0
>
> > > I'm usingFedoraCore 12 64bit.