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Old 06-21-2003, 04:53 PM   #1
Mega Man X
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Angry Xmule simply closes


Hi!!!

I'm having somes really, really annoying problem with Xmule which just started, once again, for no aparent reason...
I start Xmule and after a while, it simply closes itself. It was working cool for weeks ago, but now it just like that...

Running from the console, I get:

Code:
Initialising xMule
*** TCP socket at 4662
*** UDP socket at 4665
Serverlist loaded.
*** reading servers
Loading temp files from /home/alex/.xMule/Temp/*.part.met.
Loading 004.part.met... Done.
Loading 005.part.met... Done.
Loading 002.part.met... Done.
Loading 008.part.met... Done.
Loading 003.part.met... Done.
Loading 001.part.met... Done.
Loading 006.part.met... Done.
Loading 007.part.met... Done.
Loading 010.part.met... Done.
Loading 009.part.met... Done.
Loading 011.part.met... Done.
Sharing /home/alex/.xMule/Temp/003.part.met
Sharing /home/alex/.xMule/Temp/004.part.met
Sharing /home/alex/.xMule/Temp/005.part.met
Sharing /home/alex/.xMule/Temp/001.part.met
Sharing /home/alex/.xMule/Temp/009.part.met
Then after a few minutes, it appears at the console: Abort

Since I've moved to Linux I'm getting really hard times to make things work and I think I'm doing just fine, thanks for you guys in this forum . But sometimes, with those annoyances, I don't think I will stand for long.... It's taking too much time to fix things better then use them :S... Sorry, I'm just a little upset...
Well, any help with one more of my problems would be great.
Thanks in advance guys
 
Old 06-21-2003, 04:59 PM   #2
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I don't use xmule but maybe there is an option to increase the debug level. Take a look at the man page and help page to see.
 
Old 06-21-2003, 05:06 PM   #3
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Thanks david_ross for the quick reply. It seems that Xmule page is down for maintenance. Though, seems like a new version of Xmule is out (Maybe released today or yesterday, I guess). Perhaps that's what is causing the sudden crash(I doubt it). I've just upgraded with Synaptic and let's see if it hangs in there

Thanks again
 
Old 06-21-2003, 07:39 PM   #4
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Nope, still crashes... I will see how to get some debug messages and see what is happenning :S
 
Old 06-21-2003, 11:16 PM   #5
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try using the icon (create one if you don't have one) and use it as user, it works perfectly for me.
 
Old 06-22-2003, 12:59 PM   #6
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Question Odd I tell you bub

Thanks yowwww for your reply

Yes, I had a icon at my desktop to run as user under gnome. I've just run from the console to identify any error, which did not :S... However I've moved to blackbox so
It was also working perfectly for me ...

Anyway, it worked all day today... I really don't know what may be causing those randoms sudden crashes... Sounds more like a program for windows then Linux.... let's hope it hangs in there though
If don't I will move back to eDonkey 2000 classic

Thanks for the help everybody.
 
Old 06-22-2003, 02:12 PM   #7
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well, it is fairly new for linux, like I said, I haven't really had any problems, but I really haven't run it all that much either.
 
  


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