[Self-interest] VM error

Russell Allen mail at russell-allen.com
Sat May 15 05:24:17 UTC 2021

I’m wondering if it is related to missing 32 bit libraries. I know I’ve had issues with that before.

Maha - what Linux version are you running?

- Russell

> On 11 May 2021, at 7:51 pm, Jecel Assumpcao Jr <jecel at merlintec.com> wrote:
> Maha Alvi wrote on Sat, 08 May 2021 02:52:54 +0000
>> I turned off swap and took out 12GB, leaving 4GB, the minimum
>> I can have in my system, but still getting the same message.
> Too bad it didn't help. I have just tried Self-Release-2017.1 on this 64
> bit Ubuntu 18.04 machine with 32GB of RAM and it ran just fine. The last
> time I had tried it was on a 32 bit Linux so I wanted to be sure that
> this wasn't the problem.
> I'll download the latest version tomorrow to see if that makes a
> difference.
>> I don't see any .snapshot files, but there are three .snap files:
>> core.snap
>> kitchensink.snap
>> morphic.snap
> Right, those are the 3 image files you can use. Note that you can run
> the Self virtual machine all by itself and you will get a text prompt
> with an "empty world" that doesn't do much but is fully functional.
> Doing something like "./Self -s morphic.snap" will bring up the
> graphical user interface (unless the VM itself doesn't work).
> core.snap is the smallest of the three image files and includes just
> enough for the GUI to work.
> morphic.snap includes everything in core.snap plus a wider selection of
> graphical objects (morphs).
> kitchensink.snap includes everything in morphic.snap plus some complete
> applications like a very old web browser and a Smalltalk-80
> compatibility layer.
> -- Jecel
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