bob.dobbs at columbus.rr.com
Mon Aug 31 18:05:08 UTC 2015
No verbose output or any useful info in the log file. When debugging, I see this:
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x0000000800a8fdd4 in tn5250_terminal_config () from /usr/local/lib/lib5250.so.0
In /usr/local/lib I do see these 5250 files:
lib5250.a lib5250.so lib5250.so.0 lib5250.so.0.0.0
Thanks for the help so far. Any idea where to go from here?
I am looking at the Java version. I'm trying to figure out the funky keymap config file.
On Sun, Aug 30, 2015 at 10:24:51PM +0200, A.J. "Fonz" van Werven wrote:
> Bob Dobbs wrote:
> > One critical application I need is tn5250 (for connecting to our
> > AS/400s). I've built tn5250 from both ports and installed the package
> > from the repository. It core dumps every time I run both tn5250 and
> > xt5250. I've run it as normal user and as root - still core dumping.
> Is there any way you can obtain diagnostics that might help? Perhaps this
> program has a verbose setting or writes messages to syslog. Or maybe you
> can run it in a debugger and obtain a trace.
> Side note: there's also net/tn5250j. It requires Java, which may or may
> not be an option for you.
> Hope this helps,
> I'm not completely useless, I can be used as a bad example.
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