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You should see 5.4.2-38 at the top if your running the latest version.


It crashed again with segmentation fault although it was not running that specific version. It was running 5.2.0-243. How would i go about rebuilding for latest version?

That is the latest version...my fork is just stuck on 5.2 because thats when I forked it...should probably update that. How many units are you running, and what kind of system.

Just on unit on Gentoo.

Wanted to let everyone know that if you're running Gentoo, to check your CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS first. I forgot that i had changed them to some unsafe optimizations. I had gdb referring to libcurl.so when it segv, so i rebuilt curl package with standard safe c/cxxflags and it has been working without problem until now. If i don't respond to this in a couple days then you can assume that my problem has been solved   Grin. Crossing my fingers.

Nope. Is it wierd that gdb shows me that the program is using libcurl.so instead of libcurl-gnutls.so, and if so how do i make it link to the correct one? I don't know what else could be the problem beside that.
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You should see 5.4.2-38 at the top if your running the latest version.


It crashed again with segmentation fault although it was not running that specific version. It was running 5.2.0-243. How would i go about rebuilding for latest version?

That is the latest version...my fork is just stuck on 5.2 because thats when I forked it...should probably update that. How many units are you running, and what kind of system.

Just on unit on Gentoo.

Wanted to let everyone know that if you're running Gentoo, to check your CFLAGS/CXXFLAGS first. I forgot that i had changed them to some unsafe optimizations. I had gdb referring to libcurl.so when it segv, so i rebuilt curl package with standard safe c/cxxflags and it has been working without problem until now. If i don't respond to this in a couple days then you can assume that my problem has been solved   Grin. Crossing my fingers.

Nope. Is it wierd that gdb shows me that the program is using libcurl.so instead of libcurl-gnutls.so, and if so how do i make it link to the correct one? I don't know what else could be the problem beside that.

Sound to me like your using some non standard libary that’s causing the issue. I would try doing a completely clean OS install and fresh install of dependencies then recompile.

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