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Re: diald?

Chris, Bart, thanks for responding.

At 12:28 AM -0400 10/22/99, Christopher C Chimelis wrote:
Glad to see that we managed to lure at least one employee from "the big Q"
over to debian :-)

Yeah, most everybody in the office is running Red Hat. But I also have an ancient Mac I want to use as a gateway running Linux, so I wanted to keep the configs as similar as possible. Now that I'm past the initial learning curve, I'm really liking the dpkg tools, and the fact that most packages you'd want are centrally located.

What kind of problems is it giving you?  Any errors logged?

It dies with a segmentation fault immediately upon image activation.

At 12:01 PM +0200 10/22/99, Bart Warmerdam wrote:
Ok... I've ported diald some days ago but forgot to upload it obviously...
It's in incoming now. So if you need it,  you can get it.

I grabbed this kit (thanks!) and installed it, but it still dies with the same error--segmentation fault immediately on starting the daemon. In fact, if I just type 'diald' at the command line, it fails the same way. My config is nothing special; very similar to what's in the diald mini-HOWTO. If I get a chance this weekend, maybe I'll try to figure out how to compile it debug and take a look.

My guess is that it's barfing on something in its config file(s) (which it shouldn't do) or I've got some sort of library problem. Though, the package installed without complaint.

Thanks again,

Doug Larrick  doug@ties.org  doug.larrick@compaq.com  AIM: DougLarick

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