[PlanetCCRMA] OpenMusic not working under Fedora

dbdbdb kakarott@fastmail.fm
Wed Apr 21 12:15:02 2004


Thanks for your answer, in fact the problem happens ONLY under the
PlanetCCRMA kernel (yes, segmentation fault in both cases).

I realized it because my modem is a "winmodem" so i have to reboot to
load the Fedora original kernel to connect to the internet (i'm too lazy
to recompile with the new kernel ;), and when i do so, all the lisp'es
(cmucl/clisp/guile) work without problems (although OpenMusic don't load
because of the absence of Midishare).

As i've been (and will be) very busy in my daily work (and far from my
machine), i'll send later the details of the *version* of the PlanetCCRMA
kernel and midishare drivers (but they are from the last incarnation of
the ISO cdroms > 2004-0306 ???)

Anyway, thanks again for your input!

== Carlos

----- Original message -----
From: "Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano" <nando@ccrma.Stanford.EDU>
To: "dbdbdb" <kakarott@fastmail.fm>
Date: 20 Apr 2004 14:17:34 -0700
Subject: Re: [PlanetCCRMA] OpenMusic not working under Fedora

> I've been trying to use OpenMusic composition environment to no avail.
> I've 'apt-get' the last version (4.7.2 beta) with all the dependencies
> and even upgraded the lisp interpreter 'cmucl' (to version 2003.12.2) but
> there is a problem when try to load it:
> "
> [kasti@localhost kasti]$ fluidsynth -m midishare -s
> /mnt/windows_E/KASTI_HOME/sYnerGi-8Mb.sf2
> [kasti@localhost kasti]$ omlinux
> /usr/bin/omlinux: line 41:  4049 Segmentation fault      $LISP
> $LISP_ARGUMENTS -load $OMHOME/bootstrap-linux.lisp -load $CMUCL_GTK -load
> $OMHOME/screamer.x86f -load $OMHOME/openmusic.x86f $PROJECTS_TO_LOAD
> -load $OMHOME/init-linux.lisp
> [kasti@localhost kasti]$
> "
> Currently I don't what to do next as i am not very familiarizaed with the
> interaction of lisp and external world (gtk problem?), and the process of
> installation seemed to be succesful (no error messages).

For some reason under circumstances I have not been able to reproduce
cmucl does not start (in Fedora). 

What happens if you try to use the lisp interpreter alone? Like this:
Do you get a segfault as well?
What if you try this:
  /lib/ld-linux.so.2 /usr/bin/lisp

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