Hey Bill, I have the exact same problem, and I did too post here about it.
I also just tested your observation about when it occur, and yes, it wont
happen if they aren't connected to an output, but I tried it even with the
scope (oscilloscope module) and the whole program disappeared instantly.
This didn't use to be a problem for me, in a previous version of Ubuntu I
could easily send signals back in a loop, but now I can't.
I do not know if the AMS version has changed since then, but I believe it
has, and might be the cause of the problem.
Could somebody confirm that they 'do not' have this problem, in the newest
Btw, I have managed to compile this program (though it takes forever(like
all programs)). Is there any simple change in the code you could think of
that would help?
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