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Old 03-29-2002, 11:54 AM   #1
Registered: Jun 2001
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gpilotd segfault & bug buddy configuration

I haven't found anything on this in the Forum threads or google searches, so here goes.

I just installed Ximian desktop and all the latest packages for GNOME.

When I login to my GNOME session, gpilotd attempts to run and crashes with a segmentation fault.

When I attempt to use Bug Buddy to report the crash, Bug Buddy wants to know the location of my sendmail. Since this is a workstation, I have no local sendmail. Entering the address of the server that runs sendmail isn't sufficient for Bug Buddy. What should I do?

I'd love to see gnome-pilot run successfully, as I want to sync my Handspring (through USB cradle) with Ximian Evolution. Kpilot and Jpilot run just fine when given the same configuration settings that I have given gnome-pilot. I have the latest pilot-link.

Any help on both the gnome-pilot problem and Bug Buddy sendmail needs would be appreciated. Thanks!


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