0.0.26 source + Deli Linux => segfault at start

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0.0.26 source + Deli Linux => segfault at start

Post by igneus » 22 Sep 2008, 16:30

Hello,
I compiled 0.0.26 client from source and I get a segmentation violation at start of the client (window appears and dies immediately).

Thank you for your advice...



pc: 300MHz Celeron, no graphic hardware-acceleration, 64M or 128M RAM)

OS: Deli Linux 0.7.2 (with kernel 2.4.34.4)

libraries:
- physFS: 1.1.1
- guichan: 0.8.1
- curl: 7.19.0
- SDL: 1.2.13
- openGL: NO (tmw compiled with '--without-opengl')

content of ~/.tmw/tmw.log:

[17:01:07.64] Starting The Mana World Version 0.0.26
[17:01:07.64] Initializing SDL...
[17:01:07.86] Initializing resource manager...
[17:01:07.86] Adding to PhysicsFS: /home/igneus//.tmw
[17:01:07.86] Adding to PhysicsFS: data
[17:01:07.86] Adding to PhysicsFS: /usr/local/share/tmw/data
[17:01:07.86] Initializing configuration...
[17:01:07.94] Setting video mode 800x600 fullscreen
[17:01:08.35] Using video driver: x11
[17:01:08.35] Possible to create hardware surfaces: no
[17:01:08.35] Window manager available: yes
[17:01:08.35] Accelerated hardware to hardware blits: no
[17:01:08.35] Accelerated hardware to hardware colorkey blits: no
[17:01:08.35] Accelerated hardware to hardware alpha blits: no
[17:01:08.35] Accelerated software to hardware blits: no
[17:01:08.35] Accelerated software to hardware colorkey blits: no
[17:01:08.35] Accelerated software to hardware alpha blits: no
[17:01:08.35] Accelerated color fills: no
[17:01:08.35] Available video memory: 0
[17:01:08.36] Initializing GUI...
main TMW character: nguma
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0.0.25 doesn't even link

Post by igneus » 22 Sep 2008, 18:08

And, just btw., I have downloaded also client v. 0.0.25 and compiled it, but the executable 'tmw' cannot be linked ('ln' linker ends with exit code 1; unfortunatelly I am not able to get any more verbose error message)
main TMW character: nguma
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