On 26 Mar 2020, at 19:03, Moritz Heffter <address@hidden> wrote:Try in Terminal export PATH=/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbinand then /opt/lilypond/bin/lilypond
Thanks for the information. I’ve reinstalled the 2.19 package and put /opt/lilypond/bin in the PATH. I can execute lilypond from the Terminal still getting the segmentation fault. But now with a different reason:
Termination Signal: Segmentation fault: 11
Termination Reason: Namespace SIGNAL, Code 0xb
The permissions for /opt and /opt/lilypond are ok. /opt/local doesn’t exist anymore, because I removed the port packages. And it seems that all necessary packages come with the lilypond installer. Is that right?
My PATH now looks the following:
Hmm, I have done that, but unfortunately without progress.
The idea is to cut down as much as possible on the included binaries. The MacPorts installer package should have full paths to all includes.
Ok, I got it. Even if there is nothing in PATH the error stays the same. It’s that „Namespace Signal“ error.
Sorry for the bad news. Is there anything else I could try? BTW, the 32-bit version works in a docker container.