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RE: [Axiom-developer] Axiom crashing in Zope-Plone

From: Bill Page
Subject: RE: [Axiom-developer] Axiom crashing in Zope-Plone
Date: Sun, 26 Sep 2004 14:43:14 -0400


Do I understand correctly that after re-compiling Axiom that
you now have a fully operational LatexWiki system under debian
that can run Axiom? If so, congratulations! I think there are
a number of other people (including Tim Daly :) who would very
much like to setup a similar stand alone LatexWiki/Axiom system.

I promised Tim that I would set something up for this, but I
have not yet had the time. If you have some time to write up a
short description of how you did it, I think it would be most

Did you download the binary version of Axiom that failed from
debian unstable? If so, we should be sure to let Camm Maguire
know since he is the architect of the debian version. What
version of GCL are you using for the re-compile? What is the
hardware platform that you are using?

Bill Page.

> -----Original Message-----
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> .org] On Behalf Of Hans Peter Wuermli
> Sent: Sunday, September 26, 2004 1:56 PM
> To: Bill Page; 'Bob McElrath'
> Cc: address@hidden
> Subject: Re: [Axiom-developer] Axiom crashing in Zope-Plone
> Dear Bob, Bill
> Thank you both for the help. Even though most of the times I 
> am rather interested in understanding how something works,
> this time I was just as interested in getting it to run. And
> thanks to your help, it did.
> As Bob mentioned that it could be a problem with the build I
> used, I downloaded the source and for the last 6 1/2 hours my 
> computer was compiling (it still is but just the documentation).
> (By the way: the only compile problem I had were scripts in
> scr/scripts without the exe bit set.)
> I had looked a long time what a WEXITSTATUS of 139 meant. Even
> though some mail I found expressed 139 as 128 + 11 with 11 the 
> termination signal for a segmentation faulting process, I still
> have not found (or understood) in the linux source the line it
> says so. Some Posix text said: status for signal should be higher
> than 128 (but without a hint for a standard). So I have no doubt
> that the 139 expresses that Axiom had caused a segmentation fault,
> easy to find and to understand documentation seems rare.
> With best regards, H.P.
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