YENEW T KASSAYE wrote
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> Subject: RE: [Flightgear-devel] FlightGear 0.9.8 Segmentationfault
> <coredumped> Please Help!
> Thanks for the reply Vivan,
> I forgot to mention that I do have OpenAl installed and built. I placed
> header files for in C:\cygwin\include\AL. Do you have an idea on the
> segmentation fault error I am getting.
> I hope that helps.
> YENEW T KASSAYE
> > Hello Everyone,
> > I am participating in a project to modify some of the HUD displays and
> > create glide slopes in FlightGear.
> > Right now, I am having the following problems getting FlightGear0.9.8 to
> > run from the source code I compiled using cygwin in windows XP.
> > I compiled plib, zlib, simgear and flightgear(there was a warning
> > w32api/windef.h: warning: this is the location of the previous
> > without any errors and once I type:
> > $ FGexport FG_ROOT=/usr/local/share/FlightGear
> > $ fgfs --airport-id=KSFO --aircraft=c172p --control=joystick
> > --disable-random-objects --geometry=1280x1024
> > It thinks for a few minutes, throws up the Intro screen with a picture
> > one of the planes and then dies out with this message on the cygwin
> > terminal:
> > Segmentation fault <core dumped>
> You didn't mention OpenAl - it's also needed: see earlier posts on this
> for details if you haven't already included it in your build.
I'm not sure if OpenAl works in that location: I put the header files in
(at the same location as simgear). This might not be the cause of your seg
fault, but Open Al often causes problems for us Cygwin users. Where did you
obtain your header files?
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