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Re: me, too
On Wed, 23 Sep 1998, David Simon wrote:
> >On Fri, 18 Sep 1998, David Simon wrote:
> >> I've been getting the same error message as you in siag. I'm uusing an
> >> AMD, and RH 5.1
> >> Could you tell me what's the answer when you solve the problem?
> >What was the error message?
> you know, the register_frame thing in siag, when it starts up? have you
> found out the answer yet?
I did a search for __register_frame_info on Deja News. There appears to be
several potential causes:
- Incompatibility between GCC and EGCS.
- Library mismatch, probably between libc5 and libc6.
This stinks! It is getting increasingly impossible to make a single binary
that works with any Linux distribution.
The latest binary is linked statically, and I'll be damned if that doesn't
run on anything. It is pretty big of course, but the memory footprint
is still small. Get it from
Or get .deb packages from Debian; I think Yann uploaded new ones the other
Finally, the best way to install something is to do it from sources. It is
the only way to get the latest version anyway.