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Re: lynx-dev rc save bug

From: Philip Webb
Subject: Re: lynx-dev rc save bug
Date: Wed, 7 Oct 1998 09:06:00 -0400 (EDT)

981007 PW:  truss : no  man  file ; BL: Is there a binary?

no: i tried your line (below) & got "command not found".

> If you identify the hardware and OS, someone here ought to know:
> `uname -a` is generally pretty useful.
 uname -a  gives IRIX 5.3, which i already mentioned in this thread.

>> it's a 2-8 vs 2-8-1 problem, not a problem within recent devt versions.
>> i can look thro' CHANGES, but people who were working on Options
>> should be able to locate individual changes more quickly than me.
> It would help even more if you could pinpoint which release broke it.

it takes  15 min  to configure & make each version: i'ld rather avoid it.

> I just ran:  truss -o lynx.truss lynx /tmp/foo
> went to the option menu, checkmarked "save", hit "accept", and quit.

BTW what does  /tmp/foo  do?  foo  isn't a real file, surely?

i suspect there is some other trace software on this system:
can anyone suggest other names to try?
meanwhile, i'll have a look at CHANGES.
oh yes, how about Lynx debug?  should i recompile with that?

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