FreeBSD-games/Larn is broken in FreeBSD7.0 Release
Edward Tomasz Napierala
trasz at FreeBSD.org
Thu Mar 6 08:14:37 UTC 2008
In article <op.t7ivojtk9aq2h7 at mezz.mezzweb.com> you wrote:
>>> When you run Larn, and chose to read/eat/drink anything the games exits
>>> with a signal 11 ,segfaults and does a coredump.
>>> You have found a magic potion
>>> Do you (d) drink it, (t) take it, or (i) ignore it?
>>> Segmentation fault (core dumped) [SIGSEGV]drink
>>> I would like to use Larn on 7.0, what do I suggest I do to fix this ?
>> This is caused by the same problem as freebsd-games/hack.
>> Please refer to the thread beginning with
>> For the temporary solution,
>> edit freebsd-games/files/patch-larn_Makefile to add -fwritable-strings
>> to CFLAGS and do not forget to use gcc34 or earlier instead of gcc in
>> Hope this helps.
> I believe that someone in DragonFly BSD did a lot of clean up in the
> src/games/*. But I don't know if these cleans up will helping with this
> issue. It might be worth for someone to dig in there and bring in FreeBSD
> if someone care about these games.
Diff between freebsd-games and DragonFly, after removing irrelevant stuff,
is over a megabyte long. Maybe we should just use their code verbatim?
(Untested diff at http://freebsd.org/~trasz/patch-zzz_fixes_from_dfly)
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