kalle.vahlman at gmail
Feb 7, 2007, 9:20 AM
Post #4 of 6
2007/2/6, Piotr Pokora <piotrek.pokora [at] gmail>:
> > I have scratchbox 1.0.7 installed from debian packages.
> > I try to run osso-xterm ( from extras menu ), but all I have is "X
> > Terminal Loading" message for a while only.
> > In scratchbox console:
> > * maemo_af_desktop: We could not read lowmem page stats.
This is nothing that would matter (m-a-d just monitors some entries
under /proc that are not available in standard kernels), you can
safely ignore it.
> > * execl: No such file or directory ( this one only sometimes ).
Most obvious problems that give this message are
a) file is not there ;)
b) file is there, but is for a wrong architecture (for example arm
binary on i386)
The latter might not be that obvious, unless you've done it often
enough to remember it (/me tries to look innocent, but fails ;).
You can tell which arch the file is for by running "file /usr/bin/filename".
> How can I debug this?
Running maemo-af-desktop with the strace utility should tell you what
it tries to access, and where, but since it uses the maemo-launcher
thing it's a bit tricky. You could always build m-a-d yourself and
omit the maemo-launcher feature so you'd get a real binary to run.
Strace can be a bit verbose too...
Kalle Vahlman, zuh [at] iki
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