Pine 4.31, "Setup", "Config", ..., "?" gives "Illegal instruction"

Pine 4.31, "Setup", "Config", ..., "?" gives "Illegal instruction"

Post by Michael Wis » Mon, 15 Jan 2001 06:59:33



Start PINE.
"S" for "Setup".
"C" for "Config".

Scroll down to "try-alternative-authentication-driver-first, and press
"?"
Now, scroll down TWO more to "use-subshell-for-suspend" and try "?"
Now... scroll up ONE to "use-current-dir" and try "?"

Bang.

You're back to the shell. Comments?

 
 
 

Pine 4.31, "Setup", "Config", ..., "?" gives "Illegal instruction"

Post by Eduardo Chapp » Mon, 15 Jan 2001 07:34:53



:) Scroll down to "try-alternative-authentication-driver-first, and press
:) "?"
:) Now, scroll down TWO more to "use-subshell-for-suspend" and try "?"
:) Now... scroll up ONE to "use-current-dir" and try "?"

I can't reproduce it, which one of these options do you have selected
prior to starting pine. Also can you post which keys you are pressing to
do this? Are you using a rpm, compiled from source?

--
Eduardo
http://www.math.washington.edu/~chappa/pine/

 
 
 

Pine 4.31, "Setup", "Config", ..., "?" gives "Illegal instruction"

Post by Allin Cottrel » Mon, 15 Jan 2001 09:38:49



> Bang.

"Illegal instruction" suggests that you're using a pine binary
that was compiled on a system with a "higher" processor than
the machine you're using.  Where did the binary come from?

--
Allin Cottrell
Department of Economics
Wake Forest University, NC

 
 
 

Pine 4.31, "Setup", "Config", ..., "?" gives "Illegal instruction"

Post by Michael J Wis » Tue, 16 Jan 2001 09:04:23



> I can't reproduce it, which one of these options do you have selected
> prior to starting pine.

None. I was considering the "use-current-dir", but found the option I
really wanted elsewhere.

Quote:> Also can you post which keys you are pressing to do this?

After starting PINE, without doing anything else, I did:

        "S", "C", [lotsa page-downs]
        "?" "E" [down] [down]
        "?" "E" [up]
        "?" (*BANG!*)

Quote:> Are you using a rpm, compiled from source?

MacOS X Server 1.02, compiled from source.

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Pine 4.31, "Setup", "Config", ..., "?" gives "Illegal instruction"

Post by Michael J Wis » Wed, 17 Jan 2001 05:13:51



> Where did the binary come from?

Compiled by me from the original 4.31 sources downloaded from the
authoritative links at the www.washington.edu website.

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