>>>> "Omar" == Omar KHALID
From your Installation:
Compiling in support for Motif.
*WARNING* Many versions of Motif are buggy, requiring workarounds.
You are likely to experience slow redisplay.
You may need to install vendor patches to Motif.
See PROBLEMS for more information.
Using Motif is like whacking yourself on the head with a hammer. The
easiest way to make the pain stop is to put the hammer down.
That said, we can try to debug this, but we absolutely must have a
C backtrace. There are two ways to get a backtrace:
(1) Start XEmacs in gdb with "gdb /path/to/xemacs", then typing "run"
at the gdb prompt. If XEmacs crashes, type "bt" at the gdb prompt.
(2) Enable core dumps (eg, with "ulimit -c unlimited" in bash), then
run xemacs. If xemacs crashes, type "gdb /path/to/xemacs /path/to/core",
then "bt" at the gdb prompt. Different systems put core files in
different places: some in the user's home directory, some in the
current directory where xemacs was started, and some in a specific
directory for corefiles.
Thank you for your report!
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