[ut2003io] linux trouble

Michael H. Voase mvoase at midcoast.com.au
Mon Oct 28 17:54:34 EST 2002


After having a second look, your problem seems to be different to what I
was experiencing. The stack dump I was looking at follows:

The file '../System/XInterface.u' contains unrecognizable data
The file '../System/XInterface.u' contains unrecognizable data

[ 1]  ./Core.so(appGetProcReturnCode__FPvPi+0x50e) [0x409ccc32]
[ 2]  /lib/i686/libpthread.so.0(sigaction+0x185) [0x40d90935]
[ 3]  /lib/i686/libc.so.6(killpg+0x54) [0x40b57648]
[ 4]  ./ut2003-bin(_start+0x3f6e) [0x805513e]
[ 5]  ./ut2003-bin(main+0x296e) [0x805813e]
[ 6]  /lib/i686/libc.so.6(__libc_start_main+0x93) [0x40b46177]
[ 7]  ./ut2003-bin(_start+0x21) [0x80511f1]
Signal: SIGSEGV [segmentation fault]

What I did to overcome this was copy the file XInterface.u from install 
disk one located in /System directory, over the installed file which is 
located in /usr/local/games/ut2003/System on my machine.

However, try looking through the startup log in your home directory,
(in ~/.ut2003/System ) and go through UT2003.log file. It should be able 
to expand on what is giving you problems.

Cheers Mik.

Carlos Jorge AR Pacheco wrote:

> Hi Michael ,
> all i can tell you about the problem i have and the error messages is 
> the following :
> Backtrace:
> [ 1]  /lib/i686/libpthread.so.0 [0x40d70e55]
> Signal: SIGSEGV [segmentation fault]
> Aborting.
> I've checked ( not in your reply ) the /etc/hosts and i've got that 
> covered i think so i would like to know better wich was your porcedure 
> so i could see if this is the same prob you got .
> thanks
> cheers Carlos
> Michael H. Voase wrote:

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