Robert Elliott said:
> Three fucking months. I've updated svgalib. I've run the program as
> root. I've run it as a normal user. I've started the level again. No
> matter what happens, whether I win or die, the level ends in a segfault.
> This is not a plea for assistance, but if anyone *does* know what the
> problem is, I probably won't get around to putting my foot through the
> monitor tonight. Tomorrow, though, may be too late.
Feck it out, svgalib is a real piece of shite. My recommendation is to
go to scitech.com (may be wrong about this URL but you know who I mean),
and download Scitech Display Doctor for Linux; 30-day eval, and a VERY
solid version of SVGAlib. Worth the $40 or so. I now get less crashes in
Action q2 than my Windoze-using cow-orkers,
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