de-acroread8 not starting any more
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Sun Jan 27 03:34:03 PST 2008
Quoting Rainer Hurling <rhurlin at gwdg.de> (Sat, 26 Jan 2008 23:08:27 +0100):
> Thank you for answering.
> On 25.01.2008 13:08 (UTC+1), Alexander Leidinger wrote:
> > Quoting Rainer Hurling <rhurlin at gwdg.de> (from Thu, 24 Jan 2008 16:53:01
> >> I am working with emulators/linux_base-f7-7.
> > This is not the default linux base. Please revert to the default linux
> > base and the default linux kernel emulation (2.4.2 instead of something
> > else). If the problem persists, then the problem is probably within the
> > userland. If it doesn't persist, then you've hit one of the problems
> > with the non default linux kernel emulation.
> Yes, it is not the default base. But the first few days after appearance
> of the new port acroread8 all works fine with acroread. I reported on
> another thread to Hiroki Sato ... Now I changed back to default :-)
> >> -------------------------------------------------------
> >>> acroread
> >> rm: cannot remove
> >> `/home/rhurlin/.adobe/Acrobat/8.0/Preferences/mozilla/prefs.js':
> >> Function not implemented
> > This is strange... I wouldn't expect a "Function not implemented" for an
> > rm.
> >> (acroread:1115): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C library.
> >> Using the fallback 'C' locale.
> >> *** glibc detected ***
> >> /usr/local/Adobe/Reader8/DEU/Adobe/Reader8/bin/acroread: double free or
> >> corruption (!prev): 0x002ad9f8 ***
> > This may be the cause of the previous error or not.
> All these errors went away after changing linux base from f7 back to fc4
> (compat.linux.osrelease 2.4.2). Only the message about not supported
> locale remains. But this is a problem with gtk/gnome I think.
That's bad (for 2.6 emulation). This means there's some ind of problem
with either 2.6 and/or f7. I don't think f7 is a problem (else the
linux camp would have the same problem). So... I CC emulation@ for some
more eyes for the problem.
BOFH excuse #392:
It's union rules. There's nothing we can do about it. Sorry.
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