[LispM-Hackers] Can't load band on Linux: core dump (N928.LOAD)
Fri, 04 Jan 2002 11:18:26 -0500
Paolo Amoroso wrote:
> On 03 Jan 2002 10:24:42 -0900, James A. Crippen wrote:
> > One thing is that the code that finds the band is *really* stupid. It
> > expects a file "N928.LOAD" to exist in the current directory, nowhere
> > else. That file has to be readable, and if it isn't then e3 silently
> > fails. If the file doesn't exist it also silently fails, just as you
> > see above. And it wants *ALL UPPERCASE*, so "n928.load" won't work.
> That was the case when I did the tests.
There is also a command-line switch "-l <load-band-filename>" that
should do the obvious thing. It should also spit out a line telling you
the name of the band it's loading.
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