When I compile Swish-E on NetBSD, I get a warning about using
tmpnam(). I haven't gotten segmentation faults though. At least not yet.
On 4 Aug 98, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> When I run swish-e -c <CONFIGFILE>, it abruptly ends after
> reading all the files and says 'Segmentation Fault (dumping core
> contents.)' Any help with this problem would be greatly
> appreciated.. Thanks!
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Received on Tue Aug 4 18:25:57 1998