[self-interest] Re: Trouble running Self/x86

harald at gliebe.de harald at gliebe.de
Wed Apr 16 06:12:01 UTC 2003


I'm afraid the cygwin version of Self is currently broken - probably
because of some changes in memory allocation within cygwin.dll (cygwin
1.3.19 is the last version I'v used successfully). Unfortunatly I'm not
able to spend more time on this problem at the moment.

To try out Self you could try to go back 1.3.19 (I'm not sure if you can
still find it).
Alternatively, to try the more stable Linux version without installing
Linux, is to use Knoppix, a bootable CD image with a fully configured



Paul Chapman <yahoo at igblan.com> schrieb am 15.04.2003, 11:42:35:
> Jecel,
> > What is the "-c" option? The versions I use don't have that.
> Not sure.
> > What happens if you run Self without any snapshot at all? Do you 
> get to 
> > the VM# prompt ok?
> Didn't know you could do that.  I get the same error message.  I 
> guess it's not a snapshot problem, then.
> > I hope that someone figures out your problem so you can try Self - 
> it is 
> > certainly worth looking into even if you then decide to use 
> something 
> > else.
> I've been itching to play with it ever since first discovering it a 
> year ago.
> Cheers, Paul
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