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Re: PSPP-BUG: Bug report from pspp

From: John Darrington
Subject: Re: PSPP-BUG: Bug report from pspp
Date: Thu, 1 Mar 2007 20:22:42 +0900
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There are problems with the released version when running on 64 bit
machines.  These have been  fixed in the CVS repository.  Can you
please try the CVS version, and if you still get this problem then
resubmit your bug report.



On Tue, Feb 27, 2007 at 01:57:26PM +0100, Jim Segrave wrote:
     I was trying out the sample scripts on
     http://sakla.net/pspp/examples/regress.stat to try to learn how to use
     pspp (I've never used a stats package before).
     My machine is an HP nc8430 laptop - Intel Core Duo in 64 bit mode,
     Gentoo Linux 2.6.18. The command used was:
     jes:/usr/home/jes/stats$ pspp sc2
     where sc2 is the attached short script file copied from the above web
     site (where it's named as regress.stat).
     You have discovered a bug in PSPP.
       Please report this, by sending an email to address@hidden,
     explaining what you were doing when this happened, and including
     a sample of your input file which caused it.
     Also, please copy the following lines into your bug report:
     bare_version:        0.4.0
     version:             GNU pspp 0.4.0
     stat_version:        GNU pspp 0.4.0  (Mon Feb 26 17:10:52 CET 2007).
     host_system:         x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
     build_system:        x86_64-pc-linux-gnu
     default_config_path: ~/.pspp:/etc/pspp
     include_path:        ./:~/.pspp/include:/usr/share/pspp
     locale_dir:          /usr/share/locale
     compiler version:    4.1.1 (Gentoo 4.1.1-r1)
     Diagnosis: Segmentation Violation
     pspp.list is empty.
     It does not appear to have created a core file.
     Jim Segrave           address@hidden

     title 'Demonstrate REGRESSION procedure'.
     /*      run this syntax file with the command:
     /*                 pspp example.stat
     /*      Output is written to the file "pspp.list".
     /*      (This comment will not appear in the output.)
     data list / v0 to v2 1-33 (10).
     begin data.
      0.65377128  7.735648 -23.97588
     -0.13087553  6.142625 -19.63854
      0.34880368  7.651430 -25.26557
      0.69249021  6.125125 -16.57090
     -0.07368178  8.245789 -25.80001
     -0.34404919  6.031540 -17.56743
      0.75981559  9.832291 -28.35977
     -0.46958313  5.343832 -16.79548
     -0.06108490  8.838262 -29.25689
      0.56154863  6.200189 -18.58219
     end data.
     regression /variables=v0 v1 v2 /statistics defaults /dependent=v2 

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