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- To: ports_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: screen-3.7.4 buglet
- From: Felix Schroeter <uk1o_(_at_)_rz_(_dot_)_uni-karlsruhe_(_dot_)_de>
- Date: Mon, 14 Sep 1998 22:06:12 +0200
- Delivery-date: Mon Sep 14 13:09:46 1998
On a system rebuilt today with current sources, I just remade
the screen port.
Then I start screen, everything fine with one shell window.
Then, I type ^A c (create new window), this gets done, but
just before the shell prompt of the second shell, there's this
SCREEN in free(): warning: junk pointer, too low to make sense.
With ^A : screen (which should be equivalent), the warning
does not appear.
It's on i386, by the way.
Do you have hints on debugging? As it's setuid, MALLOC_OPTIONS=A
will not work. And after removing the setuid permissions,
the option had the effect that after typing ^A c, the created window
is closed immediately, but without creating a core dump.
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