#7 Rhide for linux segfaults on startup


NOTE: I'm using suse 8.0 and I should note that the rpm
worked when I had suse 7.0 but not now.

I'm very upset with the new rhide 1.5 (1.4 doesn't work
either but for another reason). When I go to start the
compiled binary, I get a segfault right on startup. Then, I
just spent the last half hour compiling rhide from source
and it still crashes. I use this editor all the time and I'm
hoping you can find out what's wrong.

Here's some verbose stuff for you:

kain@darkbox:~/misc/rhide/rhide-1.5 > gdb rhide
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This GDB was configured as "i386-suse-linux"...run

(gdb) run
Starting program: /home/kain/misc/rhide/rhide-1.5/rhide

Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x0828b677 in _dl_lookup_versioned_symbol (
undef_name=0x4000f506 "__register_frame_info",
ref=0xbfffc23c, symbol_scope=0x83e50ec,
version=0x83e51e8, type_class=0,
explicit=0) at do-lookup.h:52
52 do-lookup.h: No such file or directory.
in do-lookup.h
Current language: auto; currently c


  • Salvador Eduardo Tropea

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    Did you try compiling from sources?
    It looks like a problem in libraries.

  • founder fang

    founder fang - 2003-04-21

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    i also encountered the same problem. i am using Redhat 7.3

  • Salvador Eduardo Tropea

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    The crash seems to be in the dynamic libraries loader.
    It can be something related to RHIDE but I think it isnt.
    Are you sure you are really executing the binary compiled
    from sources? Try passing the full path to gdb.

  • Salvador Eduardo Tropea

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    This should be closed the user used SuSE RPMs in a RedHat
    system. It wont work and isnt RHIDEs fault.


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