XMMS Fatal error at line 83 (core dumped) FreeBSD 6.0-CURRENT
rob at pythonemproject.com
Tue Sep 21 07:14:56 PDT 2004
Geoff Speicher wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 21, 2004 at 07:07:30AM +0200, John Asher wrote:
>>Thank you for helping me.
>>xmms works now, however if I want to listen to winamp radio, I have other
>>I am now upgrading all ports depending on gettext, (after deleting and
>>upgrading gettext) as I have seen in a newsgroup, that will probably solve
>>that library error.
>>Are there some ways I can protect myself in future for this type of
> Please copy the list in your replies to me so that others can benefit
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> To protect yourself against the unexpected in the future, you can follow
> the following advice excerpted from the FreeBSD Handbook, section
> 184.108.40.206 [Using FreeBSD-CURRENT]:
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> probably end up stumbling over a lot of problems that others
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> In this case, you would have seen this particular issue discussed on
> freebsd-current several times over the course of the last month or two,
> and it probably would have allowed you to preempt it from ever happening
> to you.
> In addition to the above, don't forget to:
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Is xmms back in ports now? I have been compiling it from the
www.xmms.org source for some time now with very good success.
Sincerely, Rob Lytle
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