Re: [GnomeMeeting-devel-list] segmentation fault - from cvs versuion
- From: Alessio Dessi <alessio dessi libero it>
- To: gnomemeeting-devel <gnomemeeting-devel-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [GnomeMeeting-devel-list] segmentation fault - from cvs versuion
- Date: 26 Mar 2003 16:23:10 +0100
On mer, 2003-03-26 at 14:47, Damien Sandras wrote:
> Le mer 26/03/2003 à 14:11, Alessio Dessi a écrit :
> > HI .. I've solved the fisrt compilation problem due to the libspeex-0.99
> > just making a sym link with this name to libspeex.so-1.0.0
> It is very dangerous to do that. Nothing tells if both are binary
what you mean for binary compatible? i can aspect only interface problem
... and maybe some difference in the stream or in the coding but i
don't think that in this case the was such kind of problem ... i thought
tha t most of the change was bugfix or little performance improvments
between the 2 versions
BTW I do that when I haven't any other fast way to get the things
working ...usually I don't do in this way ;-)
> > now .. running GM from console ... i get this error ....
> > "It appears that you do not have gnomemeeting.server installed in a
> > valid "
> > "location. Factory mode disabled.\n"
> gnomemeeting.server is not installed at the right place ;)
ok :-) this was clear ... but what i have to do to solve the problem?
> > but gnomemeeting applet is still running also after the crash and
> > and also seem that ils directory is not available or that my GM client
> > is not logged
> The code that least to your crash is at least 1 year old, but the
> problem seems to be IPv4/IPv6 related... Are you sure that both OpenH323
> and GnomeMeeting have been compiled with IPv6 support or that both
> OpenH323 and GnomeMeeting have been compiled without IPv6 support?
dunno gm for sure because i didn't change anithing just run ./autogen.sh
> I think you should compile openh323 and pwlib yourself if you play with
> CVS, that would make things easier.
ok ... where i can get it? I need the cvs version also of these ?
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