lievenmoors at gmail.com
Thu Mar 26 07:19:05 PDT 2009
I have reported a problem earlier about CM3 not being able to start
without the X environment on my 64bit machine. I tried some debugging
myself, to find out what the problem is. As I have no experience
debugging c programs, I'm not sure this will be useful to you. I started
CM (compiled with CONFIG=Debug) within gdb.
I get this error:
/No protocol specified
//Failed to open the X display.
Then I did 'info stack':
Because I didn't know how to write this output to a file from gdb (and I
don't have my other computer here, I'll type this out (not so accurate)
at platform_specific_code/juce_linux_Messaging.cpp (line 208)
at src/juce_appframework/events/juceMessageManager.cpp (line 84)
2 in main
Main.cpp (line 194)
The function doPlatformSpecificInitialisation seems to try to open the
default X display, but fails.
I hope this might help to fix this bug.
If you need more help with this, you can always ask me to...
I use the fglx module for my ATI graphics card, but I don't know if this
has anything to do with it...
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