On Mon, 18 Dec 2000, Roman Shterenzon wrote:
> > > Yesterday I installed vanilla 4.2 (the second revision of iso image)
> > on a new
> > > computer, and then, after updating the ports tree I did:
> > > cd /usr/ports/www/mozilla; make install
> > > several hours later it finished and installed the mozilla package.
> > > Running it produces a segmentation fault, running mozilla-bin even
> > creates
> > > a core file.
> > [snip]
> > > Should I try the patch obrien posted?
> > definitely yes
> > please report the results
> > thanks,
> I tried the following, applied the patch (it applied cleanly), checked that it
> really applied (yes it did).
> did: cd /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/cc ; make all && make install && make clean
> cd /usr/ports/www/mozilla
> pkg_delete mozilla-M18 ; rm -rf /usr/X11R6/lib/mozilla (it wasn't there)
> make install
> several hours later it produced the binary which dumped core on startup (again).
> for the sake of it, I took a package I made on my 4.1-STABLE some time ago,
> and did pkg_add -f mozilla-M18.tgz (it had older dependencies, so I needed -f).
> And, it DOES work. (All needed libs were installed from ports, e.g. ORBit,
> Perhaps I needed buildworld after I applied the patch, and make all in cc
> directory wasn't enough?
> If it was enough, then I don't have any idea which change make mozilla break.
> Whatever broke mozilla didn't break ORBit and friends.. Weird. Probably
> something C++ related.
you should rebuild world. at least libc_r.so should be rebuilt
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