[plt-scheme] Running PLT old software on Linux 2.6 kernels

From: Eli Barzilay (eli at barzilay.org)
Date: Wed Jan 26 11:24:55 EST 2005

On Jan 26, Jean-Baka Domelevo wrote:
> I'm exhausted. For educational and professional reasons, I have to
> make DrScheme 103p1 work on a 2.6 linux kernel (I am running a
> Debian).

This sounds like the reasons might be misguided.

> The problem is that my 103p1 (the one proposed as a binary package
> on the PLT website) segfaults immediately when launched on that
> kernel. My previous kernel was a 2.4, where the PLT 103p1 software
> ran fine. Can anybody provide an explanation about that ?  Thanks.

That's not surprising -- the binaries are not recompiled periodically,
so what you have there is something that was built when 103p1 came
out, in Aug 2001.

> P.S. I precise that *any* PLT 103p1 soft (mred, mzscheme, etc)
> behaves similarly.


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