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  • #4437

    Crispy Critter
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    …I have a couple of crash problems to report.

    As with my x86_64 build of v39, I get crashes during the game when playing the CVS version, unless I turn off the boid sounds.

    With boid sounds turned off, the game is playable, but will crash after quitting. The system sometimes complains about corrupted double-linked lists, and other times it complains about a double free.

    Also, the CVS server won’t let me in – it wants a password.

    #29584

    BOY
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    the cvs server is run by cbx i beleive, you may need to check with him. No way i can help you with the crash problems bud, sry.

    #29585

    jdog
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    @boy wrote:

    the cvs server is run by cbx i beleive, you may need to check with him. No way i can help you with the crash problems bud, sry.

    Boy the CVS server is run by SourceForge. But I think CBX would be happy you think he’s running part of SourceForge.

    You use the anonymous, right? If you are just hit enter, I get that too sometimes and hitting enter makes it go away.

    are you using version 39 or 39.1? Version 39 has the crash probelm with boids and 39.1 I think it was fixed in.

    #29586

    Crispy Critter
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    The crash problem I have occurs in both 39.1 and CVS, on AMD64 in Fedora Core 5 – and it involves boid sounds, not the boids themselves.

    Turn off boid sounds, no crashes. The box is a Shuttle SN21G5, which has AC’97 audio.

    The other crash problem I have in in CVS – it sometimes crashes after quitting a game, but not always.

    Third problem, not a crash – I once was unable to use menus, or the “d” key, in an Apoc single-player game (CVS version). A later single-player Apoc game had no problems.

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