[Fwd: Re: acroread9 crashes after maybe 10 seconds ofoperation.]
annulen at yandex.ru
Mon Oct 19 13:53:32 UTC 2009
Throw this proprietary and veeery slow shit^Wsoftware out of ports tree!
19.10.09, 17:31, "Stephen Montgomery-Smith" <stephen at missouri.edu>:
> Boris Samorodov wrote:
> > 1wkmmr at gmail.com writes:
> >> Unfortunately, the map_at_zero sysctl didn't work for me. The
> >> following massage still recorded in dmesg.
> >>> linux: pid 1378 (acroread): syscall inotify_init not implemented
> >> I set the sysctl variable just before the kernel boot. After loading
> >> kernel and modules and before booting the kernel, escape to the
> >> command line mode of the loader, and type set
> >> security.bsd.map_at_zero=1, then boot.
> >> Something wrong?
> > Install acroread8 instead of acroread9.
> This is my experience: I updated FreeBSD 8.0 about a week ago.
> acroread8 stopped working with the helpful message "Abort." So I tried
> out acroread9, which had never worked for me, and still didn't. Then I
> saw these emails and tried
> # sysctl security.bsd.map_at_zero=1
> acroread9 still didn't work. But then acroread8 started working again!
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