Subject: SIP Express Server (SER).
To: None <Netbsdemail@example.com>
From: Glen Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/16/2005 10:34:33
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I am trying to get SIP Express Router running. I can use pkgsrc to build the
project and install it into the system. Every time I try to run the program
it gives a core dump and an error message "". I looked into the INSTALL file
and it mentioned that there is a NetBSD/sparc64 port. Does this mean that
NetBSD can only execute this app if it is running on a sparc64? This seems
mighty strange. Linux, FreeBSD, and OpenBSD are listed as able to work on
i386 platforms. What can be done for NetBSD to be able to execute this
I got it running on Fedora Core3 and would MUCH rather run it on my NetBSD box.
Thanks for any and all help!
- -- ~_~~~_~ Glen Johnson O O ^ \___/
~_~~~_~ Glen Johnson
O O Valcom, Inc.
^ (540) 563-2000 x362
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