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Re: mc segfaulting



I would say that you should try the following:

1) Add a new user so it has default settings in all . directories 
2) run mc and see if it segfaults.
3) run strace on mc with the output to a file and see if it still
segfaults and where.
4) Open a bugzilla and send that info in.

On Wed, 2003-07-30 at 14:52, Leonard den Ottolander wrote:
> Hello Milan,
> 
> > rm -rf ~/.mc
> > 
> > ??? Try to just rename to some other name.
> 
>  No, that doesn't solve the issue. After mv ~/.mc ~/.mc.000 mc in a tty 
> still segfaults when running any command as root or leonard.
> 
> Bye,
> Leonard.
> 
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