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Thread: segmentation fault

  1. #1
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    Unhappy segmentation fault

    /var/hack# chmod 777 NowShowing.tcl
    /var/hack# chmod 777 tserver_mfs6
    /var/hack# ./tserver_mfs6
    Segmentation fault
    /var/hack#

    anyone know why I am getting this error? I have tried all versions of NowShowing.tcl included in snoopy's download. Is it me or am I doing something wrong does not seem so complicated.

    Thanks for the help
    DTVOGUY

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    bump

    anyone? anyone? or are we all stumped?

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    Question SA or DTiVo? PPC S1 or MIPS S2?

    and where did you get your version of tserver_mfs6?
    keith721
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    Series 1 SVR-2000 w/TurboNet

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    Re: segmentation fault

    Originally posted by dtvoguy

    /var/hack# ./tserver_mfs6
    Segmentation fault

    anyone know why I am getting this error? I have tried all versions of NowShowing.tcl included in snoopy's download. Is it me or am I doing something wrong does not seem so complicated.
    It definately should not be doing that. But my guess leans towards something you did. Tons of people here run it all the time without anything remotely like that happening.

    Looks toward the previous post asking questions on all of this stuff...

    --jdiner

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    Snoopy's download

    I used snoopy's download. Should I use another one?

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    got it

    OK all, after several attempts I decided to ftp tserver instead of using hyperterm, maybe this is how it is supposed to be done and I was doing it wrong but its WORKING. If it is supposed to work both ways then I have no idea why it only worked this way. For those that may be having the same trouble use FTP instead

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