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Old 08-10-2004, 01:35 PM   #1
Vookimedlo
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umb-scheme: Segmentation Violation


Hi all,
I'm trying umb-scheme from fedora 1. This is output:
Code:
Welcome to UMB Scheme, version 3.2  Copyright (c) 1988,1996 William R Campbell.
UMB Scheme comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software and
you are free to redistribute it under certain conditions.
See the UMB Scheme Release Notes for details. Type Control-d to exit.

Loading /usr/share/umb-scheme/prelude.scheme...

Fatal Error: Segmentation Violation.

Reset (Use Control-d to quit UMB Scheme)
==>
How can I fix this "Fatal Error: Segmentation Violation.".

And one more question: how to edit code, (edit) function is not defined.

Thanx in advance.
 
  


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