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Monday, December 16th, 2002

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12:08a
I've worked a thing out in a way concerning gtk+

==snip-autogen.sh-snip==
if automake-1.4 --version < /dev/null > /dev/null 2>&1 ; then
automake_version=`automake-1.4 --version | grep 'automake (GNU automake)' | sed
==snip-autogen.sh-snip==

that's a great checkout, isn't it?
I could only guess (lol!) that on most distr it goes like /usr/local/bin/automake , but not /usr/local/bin/automake-1.x & that there's no alias

Current Mood: blah
10:56p
gnump3d
I'm trying to avoid samba, and use gnump3d for sharing my oggs/mp3s with other pc's on my network.
Everything appperas to be fine, I did the routine tar, ./configure make and make install. All went well
I edited the conf file.
When I run the server, it appears to be fine, until someone (both local and remote) tries to access.
The server crashes, and says 'Segmentation fault', and gives my bash prompt back.
When ran with the --debug option, the same thing happens, but it's not generating a log for it.
Any suggestions?

http://www.gnump3d.org

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