[Coco] [Color Computer] What happend to http://www.nitros9.org/
zmerch-coco at 30below.com
Tue Feb 20 16:16:21 EST 2007
Rumor has it that Gene Heskett may have mentioned these words:
>I give up. sourceforge wins again. I hope Boisy has an image someplace
[[ And once again, I *solemnly* ask -- Is there a way to disable or remap
<CTRL><E> in Eudora 5 to *not send immediately*??? Ungh. That's "go to end
of line" in dang near anything 'nixish/emaxish, so that's what I'm
accustomed to... ]]]
Anyway, pardon the truncated previous message with bad formatting; that's
what I was trying to undo before relying on my reflexes instead of my brain...
One thing you'll have to figure out is did the signal 11 originate from
your machine, or from the server end? If it was your machine, it could
indicate memory (or other hardware) errors, or a bug in the compiled
version of CVS you have. Depending on your linux distro; see if there's an
updated package. If you self-compiled, check the optimization flags you
used, and maybe pare them back some (-Os kicked me a couple times with a
few packages in the past; a few things don't like -O3) or, maybe, drop down
to an older version of gcc (if you used 4, try 3; if you were at a stable
3, try good ol' venerable 2.95... ;-)
Or it could've been an invalid response from the server, that the CVS
version you have wasn't configured to handle...
If it was on their end, then their shiznit is b0rked.... (You can quote me
on that; those technical terms can indeed be deep. ;-)
Roger "Merch" Merchberger
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