hmmmmm, I hate, hate "Segmentation fault" errors. That's Linux's equivalent of "This program has performed an illegal operation and will be closed"
. I have had that problem with Gimp last week
Well, a segmentation fault is most likely a broken link. It's because when you type the program name, the program exists, but the link to it or it's dependencies are broken. It could be:
2-bad installed rpm (did you install it normally with rpm -ivh <rpm name> or did your "force" to install the rpm. If you did the second one, don't
The best should be remove the rpm, try to get a different version. If it fails, try to get the source of the program and compile it. You could try to find the program, the dependencies and link to them with ln -s but that would be really difficult. Compile is the best way. This thread is very helpful teaching how to compile program if you don't know how to do: