Re: core dumps.. everywhere

Well.. that fixed some of the problem, gnome-genius now starts, but thats
the only thing that starts of the ones i was having problems with :(

Also, it doesnt list the ORBit output when it crashes, it just starts,
then dumps core...  I did a bt, and I get the same output as I did before,
I send a message w/ it previously.

I remember someone, maybe you posting this, and I just sat back to wait
for any responses, but never saw any either.

I'm using RH5.1, w/ glibc-2.0.7-29 rpms..  I upgraded em to see if that
was the problem, but it wasnt.  :(

Anyone else having problems with this, or any clues to what is wrong?  Not
fun to compile for a few hours, then it segfault on everything's start.


On Sun, 17 Jan 1999, Ronald de Man wrote:

> On Sun, Jan 17, 1999 at 02:55:51PM -0600, Kevin Miller wrote:
> > 
> > I've been compiling gnome from cvs for some time now, but just recently,
> > over the past 2 or 3 weeks, I've gotten nowhere with it.  I get it to
> > compile and install fine, but almost everything I try to start does:
> > 
> > iiop_connection_init: used 0, now 188088
> > Sockstuff: used 0, now 188088
> > Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> > 
> > anything from gnome-core, balsa, genius, and several other things do this.
> > I've removed all glib, gtk+, imlib, ORBit, gnome-libs, everything headers
> > and libs, and reinstalled from a fresh checkout, but still just get that.
> > 
> > any clues?
> In ORBit/src/IIOP/connection.c, try commenting out the definitions
> of the macros AM() and PM(x) at the start of the source file:
> /*
> #define AM() mi1 = mallinfo();
> #define PM(x) mi2 = mallinfo(); printf(x ": used %d, now %d\n", \
> mi2.uordblks - mi1.uordblks, mi2.uordblks);
> */
> #define AM()
> #define PM(x)
> That made things work again for me. I reported my problem to this list,
> but got no reply, which might suggest it's a problem particular to
> my system. If the above works for you, it seems we have something
> in common. Maybe it's a glibc problem. I'm using glibc-2.0.6 myself.
> Ronald
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