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Re: Odd behavior in some terminal apps.

Wes Fraizer <wes.frazier%members.fsf.org@localhost> wrote:
>On Tue, Jul 18, 2017 at 12:26:42PM +0100, Robert Swindells wrote:
>> Wes Fraizer <wes.frazier%members.fsf.org@localhost> wrote:
>> >On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 06:37:03PM +0100, Robert Swindells wrote:
>> >> 
>> >> Wes Frazier <wes.frazier%members.fsf.org@localhost> wrote:
>> >> >I issued the 'ulimit -s 8192' command from bash and it appeared to
>> >> >execute without error. I then launched emacs, but it still triggered a
>> >> >segment fault.
>> >> 
>> >> I have rebuilt emacs25-nox11, it works for me on a cats.
>> >> 
>> >I ran a pkg_delete 'emacs25-nox11' and a 'pkg_add emacs25-nox11' and I
>> >continue to get a segment fault at launch with emacs.
>> Are you sure that you downloaded the emacs25-nox11 package again ?
>> I will try building tmux with debug symbols, would you be able to run
>> it under gdb to get an idea of why it is failing ?
>Im fairly confident it was the new package, I confirmed there was no
>emacs binary package in /usr/pkgsrc/packages before running pkg_add and
>saw the WiFi care lightup for a long time on the device as it was
>fetched. I can post a md5sum or some other hash of the binary.


>Is gdb in the base system? (cant check at work this second). If it is I
>should be able to muddle through that, if not would you mind building

If you installed the comp tarball then you will have gdb.

I have put a debug build of tmux at:


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