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Hi, I just installed amsn, and I go into the directory. Then I type ./amsn and the program starts.. the only problem is when I click on the "click here to log in" thing.. the program shutsdown... and it says segmentation fault...
I don't know exactley what you mean by that. What is happening is that i'm in the msn folder doing ./amsn, It starts the program, then when I click on the login button, it dissappears, and in the command prompt right after I did ./amsn, it just says segmentation fault.
if you do retry amsn, make sure you remove the hidden folder in your home directory when you retry to download/install it...cause if you don't remove the old settings then it won't matter how many times you download and retry to install cause it just won't work....the hidden folder will be called .amsn
Ok, I'm trying to delete everything from amsn.... ayttm isn't seeming to work... Is there anyway to delete directories that's full of files from the command prompt? I'm tryng rmdir, but it won't delete directories that aren't empty...
Are you talking about ayttm or amsn? For ayttm I dled the rpm first, but I got that weird error above, then I got the tar file, and I tried to configure .. that went ok, but then there were some make errors... when I tried to do make, and make install... and amsn, I got the recommended version of it, and it still has a segmentation fault when running it.