Okay, so as soon as I watch the video unveiling the new Android 4.0 release, I feel compelled to download the SDK just to test out the emulator and test the new Android 4.0 features for myself. So far, all goes well with the creation of the Android Virtual Device.
Then, I go to start the AVD. It seems to start well in the beginning, with the progress bar saying "Starting Android Virtual Device (AVD)". But after that progress bar finishes, nothing. So, I try to launch the virtual device from the terminal to find out what the heck went wrong. Well, here is my terminal output:
kenny_strawn@kenny-desktop:~/Desktop/Android_SDK/android-sdk-linux/tools$ ./emulator-x86 -avd ics
Just what could be causing a SIGSEGV in the Android 4.0 emulator? Unless it's the app that executes the AVD, but it still shouldn't cause a segmentation fault.