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Installing XF86 3.3-1 crashed XEmacs 19.15-3

Hi everybody,

	last night i dftp-ized part of the 1.3 distribution to
upgrade my mixed 1.2/hamm linux box. All went well and this morning
i finished the upgrade in a few minutes by installing the packages
by hand (Debian IS the *better* linux distribution! :)

	Then, to get better support for my gfx board I downloaded
the XF86 3.3-1 packages (base, svga-server, lib, fonts, extensions,
etc...) and installed them. Again all went well but... now XEmacs 19.15
crashes and does a core dump. I tryed to mail the maintainer 
(James LewisMoss <dres@scsn.net>) but, apparently, the address is
wrong. (I'll cc a copy of this  mail to his address anyway...)

	So... does have anybody an idea of what happened? Is James 
on this list? I dont want to submit an official bug if I simply missed
some point.


PS - some more info about the crash follows.



Fatal error (11).
Your files have been auto-saved.
Use `M-x recover-session' to recover them.

... (some info about submitting bugs here)

Lisp backtrace follows:

  delete-device(#<stream-device on "stdio" 0x24e>)
  # bind (debugger debug-on-error command-line-args-left)
  # (unwind-protect ...)
  # (condition-case ... . error)
  # (catch top-level ...)
Segmentation fault (core dumped)


/var/local/home/fog>dpkg -s xemacs19
Package: xemacs19
Installed-Size: 4422
Maintainer: James LewisMoss <dres@scsn.net>
Architecture: i386
Source: xemacs
Version: 19.15-3
Replaces: xemacs
Provides: info-browser, mail-reader, news-reader, www-browser
Depends: compface (>= 89.11.11-4), elf-x11r6lib, libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), libdb1, libgdbm1, libpng1 (>= 0.88), ncurses3.0, xlib6 (>= 3.2-0), xpm4.7 (>= 3.4g-0), zlib1 (>= 1.00), xemacs19-support, libjpeg6a
Suggests: xemacs19-supportel, xfntbig
Conflicts: xemacs, xemacs-widget
Size: 1616392

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* Federico Di Gregorio   |  /      the number you dialled is     *
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* <friend of penguins>   |/      the phone PI/2 and try again!   *

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