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Old 07-31-2013, 03:11 PM   #1
oldhobo
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Question An unhandled exception occurred


I installed Tux Commander. It was okay for a time but stopped loading. I tried loading it useing the command line, as I got another program (Gimp) to load this way. It still wouldn't load so uninstalled then reinstalled still no load, so I ran 'tuxcmd --debug' and got the following message.

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx start debug message xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

:~$ tuxcmd --debug
Tux Commander v0.6.70-dev [2009-11-15] FreePascal build (version 2.2.4-3 2009/06/04, define i386, compiled on linux/i386 for linux/i386)
libglib-2.0.so loaded, @g_filename_display_name = 0xB6F199A0
libgtk-x11-2.0.so loaded, @gtk_event_box_set_visible_window = 0xB71ACA30, @gtk_icon_size_lookup_for_settings = 0xB71E57C0
libgnome-2.so loaded, @gnome_program_init = 0xB5C7FCC0, @libgnome_module_info_get = 0xB5C83470
libgnomeui-2.so loaded, @gnome_about_new = 0xB4C80DB0, @gnome_color_picker_new = 0xB4C90350, @gnome_icon_entry_new = 0xB4CBA1F0, @gnome_date_edit_new = 0xB4C93AD0, @libgnomeui_module_info_get = 0xB4CB7680
Initializing Gnome...
*GnomeProgram = 0x08CF5820
Trying to determine binary path...
Fallback path = /usr/bin/tuxcmd
Path to executable = /usr/bin/tuxcmd
------------------ Querying modules in /usr/lib/tuxcmd ---
----> Changing dir to /usr/lib/tuxcmd
[II] Changed dir to /usr/lib/tuxcmd, trying to list the files...
$$$ Found libzip_plugin.so, trying to load...
$$$ Found libarchive_plugin.so, trying to load...
$$$ Found libgvfs_plugin.so, trying to load...
(II) GVFS: is_active = 1
(II) GVFS: supported schemes: file;davs+sd;dav+sd;dns-sd;smb;obex;sftp;ssh;afc;trash;davs;dav;gphoto2;network;computer;afp;cdda;localtest;archive;http;ftp ;burn
------------------ Done querying modules ---------------
------------------ Querying modules in /usr/local/lib/tuxcmd ---
----> Changing dir to /usr/local/lib/tuxcmd
Something went wrong during chdir: No such file or directory
------------------ Done querying modules ---------------
------------------ Querying modules in /home/john/.tuxcmd/plugins ---
----> Changing dir to /home/john/.tuxcmd/plugins
Something went wrong during chdir: No such file or directory
------------------ Done querying modules ---------------
------------------ Querying modules in ./plugins ---
----> Changing dir to /usr/bin/
[II] Changed dir to /usr/bin
----> Changing dir to ./plugins
Something went wrong during chdir: No such file or directory
------------------ Done querying modules ---------------
------------------ Querying modules in ../lib/tuxcmd ---
----> Changing dir to /usr/bin/
[II] Changed dir to /usr/bin
----> Changing dir to ../lib/tuxcmd
[II] Changed dir to /usr/lib/tuxcmd, trying to list the files...
$$$ Found libzip_plugin.so, trying to load...
Module /usr/lib/tuxcmd is already loaded --> skipping...
$$$ Found libarchive_plugin.so, trying to load...
Module /usr/lib/tuxcmd is already loaded --> skipping...
$$$ Found libgvfs_plugin.so, trying to load...
Module /usr/lib/tuxcmd is already loaded --> skipping...
------------------ Done querying modules ---------------
Using profile 'Profile_Default'
Reported GTK version: 2.24.10
Using quirks for GTK+ >= 2.8.0
An unhandled exception occurred at $B70088EE :
EAccessViolation : Access violation
$B70088EE
$B7011453

An unhandled exception occurred at $540A303D :
EAccessViolation : Access violation
$540A303D
$0811B9BF
$08111802
$08111C19

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx end debug message xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

There are apparently some files missing, I manually checked and didn't find them either. What do I do now, and what might have caused them to disappear, and why, when I reinstalled, didn't new ones get created?

Maybe someone with Tux Commander, can copy the missing files, and post them, then I can paste them in place?

Thanks for at least reading this, and getting this far.

Last edited by oldhobo; 07-31-2013 at 03:14 PM.
 
Old 08-17-2013, 09:49 AM   #2
eSelix
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Most probably there is no problem with missing files. First try running this program on another account (create one if you don't have) or delete/backup you configuration from "~/.tuxcmd" and run tuxcmd. Next try runing it with options "--disable-gnome" and "--disable-plugins". If it still not run, do this
Code:
strace tuxcmd 2> /tmp/tuxcmd.log
Attach this file here or copy contents to some files sharing website.

Last edited by eSelix; 08-17-2013 at 09:51 AM.
 
Old 08-17-2013, 11:12 AM   #3
oldhobo
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Thank you, circumstances right now give me very little time on the internet or even offline. I am wanting to try your sugustions, but can't at this time. Will get bak when I do.
Thank you.


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