Don Cohen writes:
turned out to be my touch pad sending scroll events too eagerly,
things are improved by turning down the sensitivity
Nice to know. Thanks for the followup!
If you have further issues, or if you find that you'd really like to
have the higher sensitivity in other applications, feel free to file a
bug report then. Maybe there's something XEmacs can do to absorb
those events more flexibly.
> No core, no help. Lisp by definition can't crash :-), so
> is in the C runtime. Without a C backtrace, there's nothing we can
The problem (at least part of it) is that fedora 16 seems to come
with ulimit core = 0 - I've now fixed that for next time.
Well, it's a two-edged sword. ISTR that Fedora contrives to have a
unique name for each core file, so they can pile up pretty fast if
you've got a commonly used library that goes buggy in some upgrade.
yum install xemacs-debuginfo
That sounds easy enough! Again, thanks for the followup.
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