On Wed, Jul 19, 2000 at 07:56:25PM -0300, J. Scott Kasten wrote:
> There is one thing at this point that would really really help. I need to
> establish a reference point and follow someone elses procedures exactly to
> determine what the source of my problem is and why some of you are not
> seeing this to the extent that I am. In this way, we can verify whether
> or not there is a bonified problem, and if it is with the tools, maybe get
> it fixed.
Before you get carried away with this, I should point out that I've
been looking at this problem in more detail. Many of my X programs
don't work either; they get SEGV, never bus errors. I suspect this is
a glibc bug. I can run a few programs, such as xhost and the server
itself. I did have a full X setup, including a working server, under
0.1. That was built exactly the same way I've done it under 0.2b. You
may wish to try both and see which works better.
If you like, I will return to 0.1 and duplicate my previous efforts. I
can then describe the exact procedure to you.
Keith M Wesolowski email@example.com
University of Nevada http://www.chem.unr.edu
Chemistry Department Systems and Network Administrator