Re: tuxtype2 doesn't launch

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What version are you running. I installed an RPM.
$ rpm -qa |grep tuxtype2
tuxtype2-1.5.3-1.fc5

$ tuxtype2 -v

tuxtype2, Version 1.5.3
Copyright (C) Sam Hart <[email protected]>, under the GPL
-See COPYING file for more info... Thx ;)


.....Brian

Ed Landaveri wrote:
> Thanks to Andy, Brian, Teica and Theo.
> 
> Brian, I didn't have an .tuxtype2 folder with the settings.txt file on
> it. So I created it I tried to run it but got Segmentation fault!
> [[email protected]'shost ~]$ ls -alR .tuxtype/
> .tuxtype/:
> total 24
> drwxr-xr-x  2 edik users 4096 Nov 16 20:42 .
> drwx------ 47 edik users 4096 Nov 16 20:42 ..
> -rw-r--r--  1 edik users   40 Nov 16 20:42 settings.txt
> [[email protected]'shost~]$ cat .tuxtype/settings.txt
> mus_volume=100
> sfx_volume=100
> window=no
> 
> Is there any other setting that has to be on this file?
> 
> Like Theo tried windowed or modified the settings file. Without success.
> As Teica suggested I run:
> [[email protected]'shost ~]# rpm -qa | grep glx
> glx-utils-6.5.1-7.fc6
> That means I got glx install but I might be missing something. I have
> ppracer running fine, and I count all the SDL packages. Theo, you're the
> closest to the solution.
> Theo, when I run: tuxtype 2 -b for debug I only get  Segmentation
> fault!. I don't get any debug info. I will keep on trying. As you my
> fried I also got to keep happy the little customers.  I will keep on
> trying if I get it first I'll let you know. Thanks to all of you
> 
> 
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