From: Tom (szucst_at_hotmail.com)
Date: Mon Apr 30 2001 - 00:21:08 BST
Please respond directly to tom_mee_at_hotmail.com as I am not un the mailing list. This is an 'updated' report of the same problem I reported earlier today, and I may have missed a key item - i.e. the exact message when the UPS debugger crashed: [tom_at_monster waveproc]$ ups readwave -a train.wav Warning: sizeof(bool) inconsistent across compile modules! This may be caused by compiling with different versions of g++. (You may suppress this warning by setting the environment variable UPS_WARN_INCONSISTENT_BOOL=off) Fatal internal error: bad number in parse_num (aborting) ... Dumping core ... Aborted The rest of the original message read: I downloaded and built the UPS debugger from the source code on MANDRAKE 8.0 release of Linux. There was 2 problems in formf.c with the compiler complaining about passing a 'short' to va_args, so I changed this to 'int' rather than 'short' - which may not be the correct thing to do, but it got past the compiler issue. Now when I run the debugger, it starts out fine, but crashes when I try to examine any variables in the program. Have you seen this problem before, or am I breaking new ground here? Another item that may be relevant is the fact that this version of Linux is now using the new kernel - I'm not sure if that is of any significance or not. Any assistance would be appreciated, thanks in advance. Tom.
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