In message <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>, Pascal Hofste
>On Sat, Jul 15, 2000 at 11:36:30AM +0200, Paul Herman wrote:
>> On Sat, 15 Jul 2000, Pascal Hofstee wrote:
>> > Since a recent update of my CURRENT system i get weird coredumps from at
>> > least two applications which just worked fine previously. The two programs
>> > are tintin++ (mud-client) ... and licq (when trying to set myself to
>> > "away-mode").
>> Just a wild guess, but this could be because of the recently added
>> /etc/malloc.conf options -- (which are just for debuging purposes for
>Well ... for a wild guess it was Right On Top ...
>After searching the freebsd-current mailling list i located the bit about
>ln -sf j /etc/malloc.conf <--- fixed the problems i was having
No, not "fixing the problems", "obscuring the problems".
The tintin++ code contains errors, and you should fix them.
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