When I first set up Linux, about 2 months ago, I was able to run Seyon
(version 2.1) with my modem to connect to mu University's machine. I don't
use my modem very often, as even local calls here in the UK is too
expensive. Anyway, some time later, I tried Seyon again, and it no longer
works -- the window comes up OK, but once I choose to call a number, or to
try to set the baud rate, the program dies, giving me the message that it
has received signal 11. This happens with both the version of Seyon that
came with Slackware, and the version I downloaded from Sunsite.
The only thing that I can think of which may have caused the problem is
that I think I have upgraded the kernel from pl11 to pl12.
Checking the FAQ that came with the Seyon source, it suggested the problem
is because I have outdated libraries. However, lld shows that my libraries
are *newer* than what the FAQ say I should have. In any case, I tried
compiling Seyon myself, and I got exactly the same problem with the new
I am using Slackware 1.02 (I think, the version before the current one),
with pl12 kernel (with patch). I am running Linux on a 486DX33, and using a
DSI Scout Plus modem. When I do 'ldd seyon' I get the following:
/libXaw.so.3 (DLL Jump 3.0pl1)
/libXt.so.3 (DLL Jump 3.0pl1)
/libX11.so.3 (DLL Jump 3.0pl1)
libc.so.4 (DLL Jump 4.4pl1)
Can anyone help me to solve this problem please? I am able to connect using
kermit, but this is not nearly as nice, and is unable to connect at the
highest speed supported by the University's modem.
Please reply by e-mail if possible. Thanks in advance!
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Bristol