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Title: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: knackeback on October 10, 2005, 01:25:35 pm
Hi,
I installed codeblocks-1.0-RC1-1 with wx2.6 under SuSE-Linux 9.3.
After installation I get a segmentation fault:
./run.sh: line 5: 13928 Segmentation fault      $APP_DIR/codeblocks.exe [email protected]

independent from call location (output or devel).

IIRC I saw a posting at this board that the CVS release is more robust.
However I'm behind a firewall, does C::B provide nightly tarballs
to try the CVS version ?
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: David Perfors on October 10, 2005, 01:30:34 pm
No there is no nightly tarball...
but you can take the backup file of the cvs and check out the version from you're own computer... :?
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: knackeback on October 10, 2005, 01:43:27 pm
No there is no nightly tarball...
but you can take the backup file of the cvs and check out the version from you're own computer... :?
I'm not sure if I understand you right. I have no CVS access from my computer here.
But I can browse the content of the SF CVS repository with my webbrowser.
I did not found any backup file there.
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: tiwag on October 10, 2005, 01:51:38 pm
here
http://gda.utp.edu.co/~ceniza/CodeBlocks/
you can download binary snapshots of CodeBlocks

it's not daily updated but every few weeks, when a reasonably stable version of CodeBlocks was developed.

Thanks goes to Ceniza
http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?action=profile;u=307
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: knackeback on October 10, 2005, 02:04:49 pm
here
http://gda.utp.edu.co/~ceniza/CodeBlocks/
you can download binary snapshots of CodeBlocks

it's not daily updated but every few weeks, when a reasonably stable version of CodeBlocks was developed.

Thanks goes to Ceniza
http://forums.codeblocks.org/index.php?action=profile;u=307


I'm unable to unzip the *.7z files with 'gzip' or 'zip' command.
Are these files linux-binaries ?
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: tiwag on October 10, 2005, 02:09:35 pm
no, its a windows binary snapshot, .7z is a relatively new compression format,
you can DL a client here
http://www.7-zip.org/

in future please try also using
http://google.com

;-)


edit
i've read JUST NOW, that you are looking for the linux binaries !
i'm sorry
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: David Perfors on October 10, 2005, 03:34:37 pm
No there is no nightly tarball...
but you can take the backup file of the cvs and check out the version from you're own computer... :?
I'm not sure if I understand you right. I have no CVS access from my computer here.
But I can browse the content of the SF CVS repository with my webbrowser.
I did not found any backup file there.
Sourceforge is backingup every repository and make the backup files available for download. (I don't know where they put them and don't have the time to search now sorry) when you find that tar.gz package you can unpack it somewhere. This is an exact copy of the repository, so you have to checkout from that local copy. it is just an alternative way which is far from perfect.

Another option is to wait for RC2 which should come very very soon...
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on October 10, 2005, 08:26:24 pm
Sourceforge backups are here: http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cvstarballs/codeblocks-cvsroot.tar.bz2

Sourceforge Site docs link: http://sourceforge.net/docman/display_doc.php?group_id=1&docid=29894#nightly_tarballs

Daniel
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: zieQ on October 16, 2005, 02:53:25 pm
would be cool if there was a link to the tarballs on C::B webpage ;)
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: mandrav on October 16, 2005, 04:41:29 pm
would be cool if there was a link to the tarballs on C::B webpage ;)

Rick, are you reading this? ;)
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: TheTuxKeeper on October 16, 2005, 04:44:44 pm
would be cool if there was a link to the tarballs on C::B webpage ;)
I've discovered that this sourceforge backup is only usable with a CVS server. So it's worthless for normal developers  :(

EDIT:  @zieQ: :idea: You meant tiwag's tarballs!  I thought you meant my link.
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: Urxae on October 16, 2005, 06:56:23 pm
I've discovered that this sourceforge backup is only usable with a CVS server. So it's worthless for normal developers  :(

No, a CVS client should suffice. Normal developers are supposed to have those, so that shouldn't be a problem. Just extract the tarball somewhere and do a checkout from that location as a local repository.

EDIT: Oh, it looks like TortoiseCVS/CvsNt just started a (lock) server when I tried that out. So maybe a server is needed, but it seems to be included with my client. Whatever.
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: rickg22 on October 17, 2005, 01:13:38 am
TortoiseCVS includes a minimalist version of CVSNT server. I use it at the job for local repositories. I back up the repository daily.
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: rickg22 on October 19, 2005, 05:41:45 am
Alright can anybody point me to the tarballs in question so I can add them to the page?

Thanks.
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: Urxae on October 19, 2005, 08:56:47 am
Alright can anybody point me to the tarballs in question so I can add them to the page?

Sourceforge backups are here: http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cvstarballs/codeblocks-cvsroot.tar.bz2

(Note: direct link, will start download)
Title: Re: Segmentation fault after installation
Post by: thomas on October 19, 2005, 10:13:29 am
Hmm... doesn't sourceforge allow cron jobs, and don't they provide webspace, too?

Some people will possibly not think of using cvs from a local directory at all (I would not have thought of it, for example). They would unpack the .tar.gz  and get angry because it is all rubbish.

So, one could run a cron job every night that creates a folder, does a cvs checkout, and then tar/bzips that folder. That way people can just download and decompress that archive, and there they go, nothing to worry about, nothing that could go wrong.