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Chris B. Vetter
Fri, 1 Jun 2001 10:53:19 -0700
On Thu, 31 May 2001 21:35:10 -0400
James Fletemeyer <address@hidden> wrote:
> I have discovered that
> WindowMaker creates ~/GNUstep/Library/
> and ~/GNUstep/Defaults in your case
> probably when you run wmaker.inst.
> In my case it was starting WindowMaker
> with a script wmaker which created
> these directories if they did not exist.
Correct, same here.
> If you delete ~/GNUstep and then
> recreate it using GNUstep.sh
> only ~/GNUstep/Services/ and ~/GNUstep/.GNUstepDefaults
> are created. This seems to cause apps to
> segfault on startup. Perhaps trying to
> recreate the font cache.
Hmm, I've been doing this since I started messing with GNUstep, and
never had problems. Besides, the font cache DOES get created and
THEN it segfaults. Except when I also run xfstt, then creating the
font cache takes like forever...
> I delete ~/GNUstep run GNUstep.sh
> try and start an app and it segfaults.
> Then I simple did mkdir ~/GNUstep/Library
> and Defaults and apps start recreate
> the font cache and run.
Hmm, I'll check that. But then why did it work before and now all of a
sudden it won't? Doesn't make sense to me.
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