Running Squeak On FreeBSD 10
peter at rulingia.com
Sat Nov 29 11:42:25 UTC 2014
On 2014-Nov-27 04:11:39 +0000, B J <quarterwavevertical at gmail.com> wrote:
>I recently made a clean installation of FreeBSD 10 on an external hard
>drive, using Mate as the desktop and Slim as the login manager.
What version of FreeBSD 10?
Are you running amd64 or i386?
>"Illegal instruction (core dumped)"
>If I try:
I presume you mean /usr/local/bin/squeak /usr/local/lib/squeak/Squeak4.3.image
>the result is:
>Illegal instruction (core dumped)
I can't reproduce this after building squeak-4.10.2_2 from ports on a
5-month old FreeBSD 10-stable/amd64.
Does squeak work if you compile it yourself?
If you debug the corefile, what is the offending instruction, register
contents and a backtrace?
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