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Old 02-08-2005, 09:06 PM   #1
mabus92920
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d4x "segmentation fault" -- need help here


ey guys.. I just installed d4x for my redhat 9. the installation completed successfully, but the problem is running the app. it was installe don /usr/loca/bin. I tried running it but it had an error mesasge , it said " segmentation fault" . So, what does this mean ? and how do I fix this problem?
 
  


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