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Audacity crashes silently with SIGSEGV

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On my fresh F19, Cinnamon machine the equalize effect crashes silently, every time, either free-world or nonfree-world.

Can someone confirm this?

  1. Open Audacity
  2. Either import audio clip or generate new track with tone
  3. Click/drag to select an audio range
  4. Try to apply Equalization from Effect menu item

Error Result: Audacity crashes silently with SIGSEGV
Proper result: Audacity should open equalization window.

Backtraces point to a wx issue or Audacity, but want to reproduce before I follow that rabbit.

posted Jul 23, 2013 by anonymous

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