hugo rivera | 3 Dec 14:30 2007
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EMU segmentation violation

Hi:
I'm trying to run Inferno on Opensuse/amd64 10.3. The installation
runs smoothly and executing:
$ emu -r/My/Inferno/path -g1024x768
runs ok too, ending up with the inferno shell:
;
but when I execute
; wm/wm
the window manager shows for 0.5 seconds and then it dies with:
emu: xcb_xlib.c:42: xcb_xlib_lock: Assertion `!c->xlib.lock' failed.
EMU: faults: Segmentation violation

Any feedback is welcome.

Hugo

Charles Forsyth | 3 Dec 15:08 2007
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Re: EMU segmentation violation

xcb_xlib.c isn't part of our source, so it's something we call that's annoyed.
i'll have to look it up somewhere to see what it might be.
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From: hugo rivera <uair00@...>
Subject: [inferno-list] EMU segmentation violation
Date: 2007-12-03 13:30:40 GMT
Hi:
I'm trying to run Inferno on Opensuse/amd64 10.3. The installation
runs smoothly and executing:
$ emu -r/My/Inferno/path -g1024x768
runs ok too, ending up with the inferno shell:
;
but when I execute
; wm/wm
the window manager shows for 0.5 seconds and then it dies with:
emu: xcb_xlib.c:42: xcb_xlib_lock: Assertion `!c->xlib.lock' failed.
EMU: faults: Segmentation violation

Any feedback is welcome.

Hugo
sqweek | 3 Dec 19:56 2007
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Re: EMU segmentation violation

On Dec 3, 2007 10:30 PM, hugo rivera <uair00@...> wrote:
> Hi:
> I'm trying to run Inferno on Opensuse/amd64 10.3. The installation
> runs smoothly and executing:
<snip>
> ; wm/wm
> the window manager shows for 0.5 seconds and then it dies with:
> emu: xcb_xlib.c:42: xcb_xlib_lock: Assertion `!c->xlib.lock' failed.
> EMU: faults: Segmentation violation

 Hm, I was going to try it here (CentOS x86_64) but I can't decompress
inferno.tgz:
gunzip: inferno.tgz: invalid compressed data--format violated
 (GNU gunzip 1.3.5)
-sqweek

Ostap Cherkashin | 3 Dec 22:08 2007
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Re: EMU segmentation violation

I had the same problem with gzip. Try using gzip-1.2.4.

On Dec 3, 2007 7:56 PM, sqweek <sqweek@...> wrote:
> On Dec 3, 2007 10:30 PM, hugo rivera <uair00@...> wrote:
> > Hi:
> > I'm trying to run Inferno on Opensuse/amd64 10.3. The installation
> > runs smoothly and executing:
> <snip>
> > ; wm/wm
> > the window manager shows for 0.5 seconds and then it dies with:
> > emu: xcb_xlib.c:42: xcb_xlib_lock: Assertion `!c->xlib.lock' failed.
> > EMU: faults: Segmentation violation
>
>  Hm, I was going to try it here (CentOS x86_64) but I can't decompress
> inferno.tgz:
> gunzip: inferno.tgz: invalid compressed data--format violated
>  (GNU gunzip 1.3.5)
> -sqweek
>

hugo rivera | 3 Dec 22:12 2007
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Re: EMU segmentation violation

>  Hm, I was going to try it here (CentOS x86_64) but I can't decompress
> inferno.tgz:
> gunzip: inferno.tgz: invalid compressed data--format violated
>  (GNU gunzip 1.3.5)
> -sqweek
>

Are you using gunzip directly on inferno.tgz? you should untar i first.

2007/12/3, sqweek <sqweek@...>:
> On Dec 3, 2007 10:30 PM, hugo rivera <uair00@...> wrote:
> > Hi:
> > I'm trying to run Inferno on Opensuse/amd64 10.3. The installation
> > runs smoothly and executing:
> <snip>
> > ; wm/wm
> > the window manager shows for 0.5 seconds and then it dies with:
> > emu: xcb_xlib.c:42: xcb_xlib_lock: Assertion `!c->xlib.lock' failed.
> > EMU: faults: Segmentation violation
>
>  Hm, I was going to try it here (CentOS x86_64) but I can't decompress
> inferno.tgz:
> gunzip: inferno.tgz: invalid compressed data--format violated
>  (GNU gunzip 1.3.5)
> -sqweek
>

hugo rivera | 3 Dec 23:12 2007
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Re: EMU segmentation violation

> Are you using gunzip directly on inferno.tgz? you should untar i first.

Ups, sorry. I was talking nonsense.

Eric Van Hensbergen | 4 Dec 04:18 2007
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Re: EMU segmentation violation

On Dec 3, 2007 7:30 AM, hugo rivera <uair00@...> wrote:
> Hi:
> I'm trying to run Inferno on Opensuse/amd64 10.3. The installation
> runs smoothly and executing:
> $ emu -r/My/Inferno/path -g1024x768
> runs ok too, ending up with the inferno shell:
> ;
> but when I execute
> ; wm/wm
> the window manager shows for 0.5 seconds and then it dies with:
> emu: xcb_xlib.c:42: xcb_xlib_lock: Assertion `!c->xlib.lock' failed.
> EMU: faults: Segmentation violation
>

Probably different problems, but we have been noticing odd behavior
with Inferno and 64-bit Suse systems.  I'm still waiting for some time
to track the problems down.  Main problem appears to be hanging during
startup somewhere in calling getpwnam

             -eric

hugo rivera | 4 Dec 23:14 2007
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Inferno on NetBSD

Hello:
Is anyone porting Inferno to NetBSD?
Well, maybe is not that good idea, but I certainly would benefit from
it, since I migrated to linux just to be able to install Inferno on my
box, but right now I am going back to my roots (NetBSD) because I
cannot find any linux distribution I don't dislike (probably thanks to
a biased judgement). I hope that I can run Inferno using NetBSD's
linux or Freebsd emulation.
Anyway, I'll be glad if I can help with something to port Inferno to
NetBSD, though I have little experience in this field.

Saludos

Hugo

marina | 5 Dec 22:29 2007
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Re: Inferno on NetBSD

If a NetBSD port is built an OpenBSD port would not be that hard to do.

--- Marina Brown

On Tue, 4 Dec 2007, hugo rivera wrote:

> Hello:
> Is anyone porting Inferno to NetBSD?
> Well, maybe is not that good idea, but I certainly would benefit from
> it, since I migrated to linux just to be able to install Inferno on my
> box, but right now I am going back to my roots (NetBSD) because I
> cannot find any linux distribution I don't dislike (probably thanks to
> a biased judgement). I hope that I can run Inferno using NetBSD's
> linux or Freebsd emulation.
> Anyway, I'll be glad if I can help with something to port Inferno to
> NetBSD, though I have little experience in this field.
>
> Saludos
>
> Hugo
>

hugo rivera | 6 Dec 20:44 2007
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Re: Inferno on NetBSD

> If a NetBSD port is built an OpenBSD port would not be that hard to do.

Sorry, I do not follow you very well. I was talking about NetBSD, you
mean there is a NetBSD port already? what OpenBSD has to do with
anything?

I do not mean to be rude, but since english it is not my native
language, it's hard for me to correctly express myself.

Hugo


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