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#3 v0.7 fails under RHL9 ano other Linuxes

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nobody
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2004-03-02
2004-03-02
Larye D Parkins
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Opencyc 0.7 fails with segmentation violation when run
under Red Hat Linux 9 or equivalent kernel level other
distributions (Mandrake, SuSE, etc). Runs OK under RHL
7.2.

Server starts, but failure occurs on first client
access from the server port.

Installation of latest Java (1.4.2) from Sun has no
effect on the problem.

Suspect this could be fixed with something as simple as
a recompile under one of the newer Linux distros.

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    Still broke, 0.7 Novell Linux Desktop, same issue

    CYC(2): Error: Received signal 11 SIGSEGV (Segmentation
    violation).
    Note: Running in #<PROCESS Port 3602 server dispatcher "Run"
    442C014C>.
    [Switching to single-threaded mode ....]

    Select a restart:
    0: Continue waiting for connections.
    1: Restart process Port 3602 server dispatcher.
    2: Exit process Port 3602 server dispatcher.
    3: Recursive read loop.
    4: Signal the debugger.
    5: Exit program.
    ? 5