Subject: Re: [R] R --gnome segfaults on RH 6.0 with R-0.65.0
From: Prof Brian D Ripley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon 30 Aug 1999 - 22:50:47 EST
On Mon, 30 Aug 1999, Alexander Volovics wrote:
> Have just compiled and installed R-65.0 on RH 6.0 with all the latest
> updates for RH and Gnome (including `libglade-0.3-1.i386.rpm' and
> `libglade-devel-0.3-1.i386.rpm' from RH ftp).
> R.X11 works OK.
> But when I try `R --gnome' I get a segmentation fault/core dump
> with the messages:
> Gdk-CRITICAL **: file gdkfont.c: line 174 (gdk_font_id): assertion `font
> != NULL' failed.
> Gdk-CRITICAL **: file gdkfont.c: line 133 (gdk_font_ref): assertion `font
> != NULL' failed.
> .................etc., etc.
> 1) `gdb' shows (for what it is worth):
> Core was generated by `/usr/local/R65/lib/R/bin/R.gnome'
> #0 0x4024034d in gtk_text_size_request ()
> 2) I can't find the file `gdkfont.c' anywhere on my system.
> Should I be able to and if so can anybody tell me which package/library
> contains `gdkfont.c' ?
(it is in the source for libgdk).
> Is this my stupidity or worth reporting as a bug or already known?
Have you upgraded all the rpms mentioned in the INSTALL? It is possible
I suppose that you have too recent versions, as well as possible that
you have too old ones. That does work on both my RH6.0 systems, and it
was critical that I upgraded the gtk+ packages; before I did I got similar
I have moved this to R-devel, as a more appropriate place IMHO.
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