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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Subject: bug: Fink distro in OS X crashes at startup eve

From: Michael Petch
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Subject: bug: Fink distro in OS X crashes at startup every time
Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2004 13:49:46 -0600

When you say you tried to install the binary do you mean a binary via
Fink, or a download off a webpage? I used Fink to build a version here
on my G5 with OSX 10.3 (0.13-1 as it appears in fink). The program ran,
I got the splash screen it throws up another dialog box that complains
about no neural net weights file I click OK button and it runs gnubg
fine. Can you copy/paste the output you got on the console when you ran
gnubg and post it on the mailing list here?

I also use apt-get to retrieve the binaries and they ran okay here.
0.13 of gnubg is old. We are up to .14. 0.14-1 is functional on Mac OSX
and instructions (and downloads) can be found here:

Try the instructions there and make sure you get the 10.3 version and
let me know what happens.


On Fri, 2004-04-23 at 13:20, address@hidden wrote:
> Hey... I tried looking for a thread on this in the archives, but didn't 
> have any luck.
> I've tried both compiling version 0.13.0-1 via Fink as well as 
> installing the Binary of it under OS X 10.3. In both cases, when I run 
> the program in Terminal, I get the splash screen, and then it vanishes 
> and there's no program.
> Is something that others have experienced? And if so, is there an 
> identified problem that I could fix? All my Fink packages are the most 
> current. I don't seem to have any problem with the handful of other 
> Fink programs I'm running.
> Christian
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Mike Petch
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