>>>>> " " == Anders Hammarquist <email@example.com> writes:
>> While traking down the first error I noticed that xkbcomp
>> xkbprint xkbvleds xkbwatch all Segmentation fault.
> They may need to be recompiled with the new libc...
This is what I suspected, but could not determine for lack of error
messages. Here is what else I can provide,
(4) $ xkbcomp
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> Do you get any messages about changed or undefined symbols?
I don't think so... the only place I found a message was in
Mar 13 15:23:45 rho kernel: Fault: xkbcomp: segfaults at 00000000 pc=50135744
Mar 19 13:03:06 rho kernel: Fault: xkbcomp: segfaults at 00000000 pc=50135744
Mar 19 13:52:55 rho kernel: Fault: xkbcomp: segfaults at 00000000 pc=501752fc
Mar 19 14:00:38 rho kernel: Fault: xkbprint: segfaults at 00000000 pc=501752fc
Mar 19 14:00:46 rho kernel: Fault: xkbvleds: segfaults at 00000000 pc=50194e90
Mar 19 14:00:58 rho kernel: Fault: xkbwatch: segfaults at 00000000 pc=50194e90
Could it be that I'm not logging the *helpful* error messages?
thank you for your help,
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