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SecondLife-i686-2.7.2.233432 crashes on ubuntu linux 11.04 amd64. Note: ia32-libs is installed


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SecondLife-i686-2.7.2.233432 crashes on ubuntu linux 11.04 amd64. 

 

Note 1: ia32-libs is installed.

Note 2: SecondLife-i686-2.1.1.208043 works fine.

 

Any suggestions?

 

this is the error:

2011-06-23T20:01:44Z INFO: handleViewerCrash: Handle viewer crash entry.
2011-06-23T20:01:44Z INFO: handleViewerCrash: Last render pool type: 0
2011-06-23T20:01:44Z newview/llviewertexturelist.cpp(490) : error
2011-06-23T20:01:44Z ERROR: LLViewerTextureList::addImageToList: ASSERT (mInitialized)                                                                                             
LogLock::LogLock: failed to get mutex for log                                                                                                                                      
LogLock::LogLock: failed to get mutex for log
LogLock::LogLock: failed to get mutex for log
LogLock::LogLock: failed to get mutex for log
LogLock::LogLock: failed to get mutex for log
./secondlife: riga 118:  3134 Errore di segmentazione LD_LIBRARY_PATH="`pwd`"/lib:"${LD_LIBRARY_PATH}" $LL_WRAPPER bin/do-not-directly-run-secondlife-bin
*** Bad shutdown. ***

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SecondLife Ubuntu even Mac doesn't work any more ( DNS problem ) .

On the mac we have to use viewer build 2.6.2.225998 in order to connect SecondLife and for Ubuntu , we do not have any solution , do we have one ?

 

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Lee Oridium

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