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Re: gs-base-1.0.0 segfaults

From: Richard Frith-Macdonald
Subject: Re: gs-base-1.0.0 segfaults
Date: Sat, 28 Apr 2001 17:54:26 +0100

On Saturday, April 28, 2001, at 12:18 PM, Dirk Lattermann wrote:


I'm trying to get the 1.0.0 release to work on my machine (linux 2.4.3 on i686). I'm following the instructions in the GNUstep Build guide by Dennis Leeuw, with the exception that I'm using gcc 2.95.3, because 2.95.2 won't compile
anymore with glibc-2.2.2.

Everything compiles fine, but every gnustep prg I use (e.g. defaults) yields a segmentation fault. Is this known to be the case because of gcc 2.95.3?
If not, where could the fault possibly lie?
I built the compiler with --enable-threads, and in the gnustep-
library I tried THREADING=posix as well as single in the GNUmakefile.

There was a problem with a change in behavior of the /proc filesystem in
the 2.4 (and perhaps 2.3) series kernels, and an error crept in to the fix
for it.  That's probably what's causing the crash.

Change the condition of the while loops in the +load method in NSProcessInfo.m
to be -

'while (argument < _gnu_noobjc_argc)'

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