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Re: [PVS-Help] Problem starting up PVS
Sam Owre wrote:
> Hi Robert,
> Am I correct in assuming that you're using XEmacs? What shell do you
Yes, that's correct. I use the T shell (tcsh), but I don't know that
that really matters, does it --- you are invoking bash in your script,
so that's probably the shell I know of.
> The line that's causing you problems was added at the request of one of
> our users, and didn't cause me any problems. However, I only tried it
> under bash, where 'LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.19' is legal. I'll see if I can
> come up with a better solution.
> By the way, there is a note on LD_ASSUME_KERNEL in the PVS FAQ on the
> Wiki page:
> Feel free to add your own notes there, especially if you have a better
> solution that works for all systems.
Will do if I can figure anything out. I may not be able to post
anything useful, though. The LD_ASSUME_KERNEL stuff is a trick to get
around a problem that happens on Fedora, but on Mandriva I don't have
this problem, even though I am running a 2.6 kernel. So I can't find
a replacement kludge that will fix the Fedora problem! I suppose I
could propose a conditionalization that would remove the
LD_ASSUME_KERNEL stuff unless you are on some flavor of Fedora/RedHat,
but I don't have a system like that on which to test.
I do use Allegro all the time and have never had any trouble with the
threading libraries. I don't really understand the issue, since ACL
on Linux still uses Lisp threads instead of native threading. Have
you contacted the Franz folks about this?
Sorry not to be of more help.
> Robert P. Goldman <email@example.com> wrote:
>> I just upgraded my install from pvs 3.2 to 4.0, on linux, and now I'm
>> having a problem starting pvs. I get the following error:
>> [rpg@rpg-sift-inspiron pvs]$ ~/pvs/pvs uav_actions.pvs
>> /home/rpg/pvs/pvs: line 327: LD_ASSUME_KERNEL=2.4.19: command not found
>> I am running Mandriva Linux:
>> [rpg@rpg-sift-inspiron pvs]$ uname -r
>> Any idea what might be causing this?
>> I have tried simply removing all the LD_ASSUME_KERNELs, and that
>> work. BTW, I have an ACL license, and run 8.0 all the time w/o any need
>> to do this funny stuff with LD_ASSUME_KERNEL.
>> Robert P. Goldman
>> Senior Scientist
>> Smart Information Flow Technologies (d/b/a SIFT, LLC)
>> 211 N. First St., Suite 300
>> Minneapolis, MN 55401
>> Voice: (612) 384-3454
>> Email: rpgoldman@SIFT.info
Robert P. Goldman
Smart Information Flow Technologies (d/b/a SIFT, LLC)
211 N. First St., Suite 300
Minneapolis, MN 55401
Voice: (612) 384-3454