On Sun, 2004-04-25 at 07:43 -0700, Alan Murrell wrote:
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> I have upgraded (actually, re-installed) my PVR machine to Mandrake 10.0 =
> OpenPVR has compiled fine (no errors). However, when I run 'schedule', I=
get no output whatsoever.
Strange. You used to get lots of debug right? Or did you fiddle with
the amount of debug that schedule gives by default?
> If I try running it with gdb ('gdb /usr/bin/schedule'), again, no output;=
just the 'gdb>' prompt.
When you run:
$ gdb /usr/bin/schedule
and get the
prompt, you then need to type "run" and hit return:
gdb does not actually run the program when you start it. It only loads
it into gdb ready for you to instruct it.
In this case however the output from strace is probably more useful:
$ strace -f /usr/bin/schedule
> Is this a known issue,
Nope. I am using schedule on my Mandrake Cooker box just fine. Has not
even been recompiled in a long time.
> or have I (likely) done something wrong here?
Maybe the recompilation has introduced something new?
My other computer is your Microsoft Windows server.
Brian J. Murrell