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Re: [Bug-gnubg] BUG: Crash using one-sided database on disk

From: Joern Thyssen
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] BUG: Crash using one-sided database on disk
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 09:32:44 +0000
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On Wed, Apr 28, 2004 at 10:21:14AM +0100, Ian Shaw wrote
> Gnubg exits with no warning when I am setting up a position, or
> reaches a position during play.
> It occurs when the position is outside the in-memory db, but within
> the one-sided db on disk. For instance, I set up a chequer on each
> player's bar-point and gnubg exited.
> Here are my settings:
> Version 0.14.2-dev 1.1567 040421 (build Apr 22 2004)
> On disk I have:
> 27-12-02  06:54p         1,618,099,600 gnubg_os.bd
> 24-12-02  02:32p             6,830,248 gnubg_ts0.bd
> 24-12-02  02:51p             1,465,788 gnubg_os0.bd

Where did you get the 13pt OS database?

Is it any position that crashes or just a few selected?

I don't have it, so I cannot try to reproduce the problem.

Did you try with some of the smaller OS databases (available from
ftp://ftp.demon.nl/pub/games/gnubg/databases/os/). For example, try with
os8.bd, os10.bd and os12.bd. 

If they also crash gnubg, please check that you've downloaded them with
"binary" option, and that they match the MD5 checksums given on


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