On Sat, 25 Jun 2005, Meino Christian Cramer wrote:
> I have a mysterious problem:
> I compiled mc as well with my build script:
> unset CFLAGS
> unset CXXFLAGS
> proj=$(basename `pwd`)
> ./configure --prefix=/usr --disable-nls \
> --without-gnome \
> --without-ncurses \
> --with-screen=slang \
> --with-subshell \
> --with-gpm-mouse && \
> make && sudo paco -lp "$proj" "make install"
> as weel with a plain './configure --prefix=/usr'. I tried to move my
> personal ~/.mc/. out of the way.
> But regardless, what I am doing, mc segfaults directly after
> starting. No other action prior to the segfault has been noticed.
> Does something fundamental has changed ? What did I wrong ?
Which version of MC are you trying to use ? On which platform ? If you're
building MC from sources I guess it'd be quite easy for you to add
'-O0 -g' to CFLAGS so that the resulting executable would contain debug
information. Then you can start MC under gdb and post a backtrace of the
crash i.e. when gdb prompt appears after the crash type `bt' and post the
output to the list.
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