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Re: [Xlog-discussion] Can't start 2.0.3

From: John B. Egger
Subject: Re: [Xlog-discussion] Can't start 2.0.3
Date: Sun, 01 Jan 2012 10:06:34 -0500
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On 01/01/2012 08:53 AM, John B. Egger wrote:
> New problem with with new year... Clicking the Xlog desktop icon gets it
> to bounce for a while, then nothing. Console "xlog" gives "Segmentation
> fault." Following a suggestion from Google, I tried gdb:
>> (gdb) run xlog
>> Starting program: /usr/bin/xlog xlog
>> [Thread debugging using libthread_db enabled]
>> ** (xlog:2457): WARNING **: Can not open log "xlog"
> But xlog then starts, with the QSO pane but a warning that there was a
> problem loading one of my logs. If I simply use "Open" and select my new
> Log2012 it pops right up, as does (when I "Open" it) Log2011. I've
> entered test data into them both and saved them, then quit and restarted
> Xlog. No fix --- they're accessible only from gdb with each log opened
> individually. (Hamlib polling and ctrl-K work fine.)
> Any suggestions? All I did last night was create a new log (Log2012) and
> use adif to move about 5 QSOs from Log2011 to Log2012. This morning I
> did note that Log2012 was owned by root, not john. I changed that...
> didn't fix the problem. Also uninstalled xlog 2.0.5 and installed 2.0.3
> on this Kubuntu 10.10 system.
[Oh... I also installed Google-earth...]

I now have a functioning 2.0.3 running. It seems that when the three
logs that I watch are loaded alphabetically, it's OK... but when they're
loaded by time of last modification I get the seg fault. Guess I'll
stick with 2.0.3 for a while before reinstalling 2.0.5. It's been a
little scary not to be able to open my logs :(

---John K3GHH
Registered Linux User #291592
Kubuntu Maverick Meerkat (10.10)

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