Subject: Re: [ecasound] Visecas 0.3.1 CRASH
From: Jan Weil (jawebada_AT_mailbox.zrz.tu-berlin.de)
Date: Sat Jan 17 2004 - 09:45:01 EET
Am Sam, den 17.01.2004 schrieb bart_AT_solozone.com um 01:25:
> OK 'all' package
> compiled from ../libglade
What does that mean? Did you ./configure; cd libglade; make?
> from main tree it FAILED on 'make install' (su -c root')
> but said OK otherwise. Don't know why.
Please make sure that your installation is correct in the first place.
Try running 'rbbr' as a normal user (this is a Ruby class browser which
comes with ruby-gnome2-all).
Which distribution do you use?
I know there are ruby-gnome2 packages for (recent versions of) many of
them (Debian, Mandrake).
> Now edit -> preferences CRASHES!!
What does 'CRASHES' mean exactly?
Ruby usually does not crash (i. e. segfault) but raises exceptions.
If the latter is the case please provide the backtrace (that what gets
printed on your shell).
If not I'd guess you still have a problem with your installation.
Thank you very much for your feedback.
Please remember that this is still beta software.
If you are familiar with CVS you can check out the 'visecas' module the
usual sf way.
Some issues are already fixed there.
Thanks for your feedback.
Please keep trying :)
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