I have run into something interesting. None of the buttons work in the
window, just as File, Edit, etc, nor do the buttons for closing, maximizing
the window, etc., but I am able to move the window around no problem. I
have moved the window everywhere, there is no other window around, so that
rules out that. I also looked at the process id list to see if there was
anything besides the one xpp, and there is not, so there is just the one
I will try and get this gdb installed on my Debian imaged and get back to
On Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 1:01 PM, Rob Arthan <r...@lemma-one.com> wrote:
> On 19 Aug 2012, at 20:51, Jon Lockhart wrote:
> > Roger,
> > Yes, the xpp interface locks. The command executes and then I can't
> access any of the taps in the journal window, the ML command line will not
> close, nor can I use the palette I have open either.
> My first guess is that a dialogue window that has popped up but is hidden
> behind one of the other windows. Are you able to slide the windows around
> to look for such a thing? If this is the case, then please let me know what
> Linux distribution and desktop you are using and I will try to find out why
> the window manager isn't getting the stacking ordering right.
> If that isn't the problem, then we need to find where xpp is hanging. To
> do this, first install gdb if you don't already have it. Then reproduce the
> problem and find out the process id for the xpp process and do:
> gdb <ProofPower Installation Directory>/bin/xpp <process id>
> and then when gdb gives you its prompt, type "where".
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