LGM-Doyle wrote:Are those logs from today? The dates in the ones that I looked at are 2016-04-13.
Odd, should have been today. Logs are dated today, attaching the most recent set to this one (should be the same as the last set I posted).
LGM-Doyle wrote:When you are quitting freeorion are you making sure to kill any hung processes, freeorion and jack.
Did a pkill on freeorion and freeoriond, didn't Jack though.
LGM-Doyle wrote:Is jack working with any other application?
Unknown, no idea what else uses it. Never had to start it up before.
LGM-Doyle wrote:What are some of your system specs: Machine, video card, audio setup, OS, version? Knowing the OS might help the devs more familiar with your OS.
AMD FX(tm)-4350 Quad-Core Processor
Asus M5A97 LE R2.0
GeForce GTX 660
Built in audio: Realtek ALC887
Linux Debian 9
LGM-Doyle wrote:Can you find any commit that compiles and works correctly? Even if you have to go back months to find one that works, if you have one that works and one that does not, then it will be relatively easy to find the exact commit that causes the problem. Also, if you have upgraded something on your machine and you can find a commit that you know used to work, then you know the problem is with the upgrade.
Only change from previously working is switching from Debian 8 to Debian 9, no hardware changes.
Can try some more. Had it running awhile back under Debian 8, but hadn't compiled a newer version for awhile.
LGM-Doyle wrote:Does the intro screen display correctly?
LGM-Doyle wrote:If the intro screen displays correctly, then what happens when you toggle music and/or audio on the Options->Audio tab?
Works fine, and then defaults to off (or on).
LGM-Doyle wrote:It seems to no longer be crashing. Is that correct?
Not a crash, just the console error and a black screen.