I’ve created a Linux version of my application.
I sent everything Xojo produced in the folder “Linux 64 bit” to one of my users. He is not a deep expert on Linux, but quite good. However he could not start the application.
I sent him the link http://documentation.xojo.com/topics/linux/running_apps_on_linux.html and he tried the terminal ./MyApp to get more information about errors.
He got: “Segmentation fault (core dumped)”, at least this is what he had reported to me.
What should I do? I will appreciate any help on this because I don’t know what else to do.
Does your app run correctly on your Linux computer or not at all?
I forgot to say I had created my Linux application from a Windows environment.
Is it the reason of the troubles?
You need libunwind8 at least. It could be missing dependencies
Thank you. I will ask the user if he has this file.
In most cases libunwind8 is in the repositories. If it is a debian based system he could install it with:
sudo apt-get install libunwind8
the OS will pull it from repo and install it that’s it. Within other Linux Basis (RPM) it is the same with other repomanagement. Bit Libunwind is used so often that it is no problem to get the file.
If I would get the information about his Linux System I could help more.
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