The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

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Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

SSoares
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The string language='en' doesn't exist in prefs file.

Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

rfrail3
Newbie

It's hard to belive, but this works sometimes:

 

while true; do spotify && exit; done



Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

HarvHou
Visitor

I'm having a similar problem on Ubuntu 18.04 using the MATE desktop environment:

 

$ spotify --disable-gpu --disable-software-rasterizer
[1020/210753.085523:FATAL:gpu_data_manager_impl_private.cc(439)] GPU process isn't usable. Goodbye.
Trace/breakpoint trap (core dumped)

 

As you can see, I tried the --disable-gpu command, and the Chromium command --disable-software-rasterizer, but with very little success. Also, the times it does work, it tells me that I'm offline!

Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

SciBoy
Newbie

I'm on Archlinux and I have the same problem. Sometimes I can start Spotify, though, and recently I noticed in the .config/spotify/prefs-file that the user name was in all lower-case. I changed it and then spotify started. But I fear that this is only a coincidence.

 

Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

blazemore
Music Fan

Same issue, no solution. Sometimes rebooting helps. There is no pattern.

Once it decides it's going to stop working for a session, that's it.

Sometimes it will open but it's just a black screen.

 

Most of the time it's this:

 

$ cat /etc/issue.net
Ubuntu 20.04.1 LTS
$ spotify --disable-gpu --disable-software-rasterizer
[1206/122933.629502:FATAL:gpu_data_manager_impl_private.cc(439)] GPU process isn't usable. Goodbye.
[1] 13440 trace trap (core dumped) spotify --disable-gpu --disable-software-rasterizer

Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

blazemore
Music Fan

Here is a screenshot showing the black screen.

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Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

qsxefv123
Visitor
try spotify --no-zygote

Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

hal4ed
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Thanks a lot.

spotify --no-zygote

works for me well.

 

 

Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

Ottanta
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With MX Linux MX-19.3 64-bit, based on Debian 10 Buster:

- in file /$HOME/.config/spotify/prefs I've changed to "false" the value of app.autostart-configured=true
- I've started the program with parameter --disable-gpu

This has unlocked Spotify, and now the program runs without problems in graphical mode

Re: The app crashes on Debian due to HW acceleration

erickariuki
Newbie
Try running
spotify --no-zygote
It worked for me
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