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Mon, 3 May 1999 12:13:05 +0200 (CEST)
I have been using Octave for a couple of years now, and I find it
excellent. It has been running smooth until yesterday when I upgraded to
Red Hat 6.0 (for i386).
Now when I try to run octave the version-message comes up and the the
program exits with the "segmentation-fault" message.
A similar problem occurred with the potato (unstable) version of Debian.
It was recently corrected, so if you want I can convert the debian package
to rpm and send it to you. This is the comment in the Debian's changelog:
octave (2.0.14-1.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer release made in coordination with maintainer.
* Recompiled against libstdc++2.9-glic2.1 -- This `fixes' the seg.fault
bugs #35250, #34699, and #36076 reported against Octave, and reassigned
to libc6. This should however be fixed in glibc-2.1 itself so that a
glibc-2.0 compiled Octave will run under glibc-2.1.
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