Shutting down Allegro due to signal #11

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Shutting down Allegro due to signal #11

Post by MathGeek » 16 Nov 2004, 02:45

The other day Mana World crashed on me. Ever since I get this error message when I try to run it.

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Shutting down Allegro due to signal #11
Segmentation fault

I haven't been able to find the cause of it. The login works, and the window showing my character in the world is shown briefly before the crash. The chat log file does record a welcome message, but beyond that I've got nothing.

I'm unable to play now, and can't remember the cause of the original crash.

I'm running a Linux, Debian ( Sarge ), system.

Any Ideas.
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Post by Rotonen » 16 Nov 2004, 11:28

Which version of Allegro are you using..? As far as I know of we're using 4.1 for the game..
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Post by MathGeek » 17 Nov 2004, 04:51

I'm running Allegro 4.1 off the debian package. I was able to play before, and was having a great time, and then it crashed. Ever since I can't get past the first glimpse of my character in Mana World before it crashes.
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Post by Sull » 17 Nov 2004, 08:14

try to delete the whole tmw directory and
remove ~/.manaworld/ (rm -r ~/.manaworld/)

reget it from the cvs and it should work
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Post by MathGeek » 18 Nov 2004, 04:00

Couldn't get it working, so I deleted that character and started a new one. However if that happened after playing for months it could be an issue.

I'm guessing that something on my side, and the server didn't mesh. Maybe someone who knows the project could look into it. Is there a error log anywhere that could be used to debug crashes?
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Post by MathGeek » 18 Nov 2004, 05:21

Spoke to soon. It was working, but now I've got the same error.
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Post by MathGeek » 18 Nov 2004, 07:39

I have to remove the "tmw" directory, grab it off the CVS, re-compile, and removing my character seems to help. But it's running again, and I'm trying to tweak some code.
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