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Re: [Gnash] core dumping

From: Aragon Gouveia
Subject: Re: [Gnash] core dumping
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2007 18:46:22 +0200
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I had some inspiration today to mess with gnash again.  Something I noticed
was that I could run it from within the build dir by executing the gui/gnash
wrapper script.  Took a peek at the script, and saw it set the

So now I've installed gnash to my system, but renamed the binary to
gnash-bin, and created a shell script to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH and launch
gnash-bin when invoked.  It does not segfault like this.

However, it is extremely slow on this P4.  Unusably so.  Is this normal?


| By Martin Guy <address@hidden>
|                                          [ 2007-05-30 13:54 +0200 ]
> >2007/5/11, Aragon Gouveia <address@hidden>:
> >> I've also tried altering the port to accept the CVS snapshot tarball, but
> >> configure bombs out with a number of shell errors:
> Hi
>   We don't support the BSDports/Debian/Gentoo ebuild/OEbitbake stuff
> directly ourselves, from CVS we only support compiling from source,
> having installed all the necessary development software, using
> "configure" and friends.
>   The Distro packaging is done based on this by various other people.
> If you want to use the BSD ports mechanism I suggest you wait for the
> next release (imminent) and try again when the various distro people
> have done their stuff and included it in the distro.
> Thanks for trying Gnash out & good luck with it next time.
>    M

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