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SubjectRe: 2.0.3 and gated R3.5-beta3
G'day Smitty.

The usual cause for this error message is that you did not configure your
kernel for multicast support.

No ideas on your gdb problem though.


PS. Stay tuned for exciting updates re the availability and buildability
of gated 3.6A2 for Linux.

>I've been running gated R3.5-Beta3 for some time now (From 1.3.95 thru
>2.0.0). Saturday, I built and booted 2.0.3. Gated will no longer come up.
>It aborts right away with a "no such file or directory". Of course
>there's no mention of what file | socket | directory he's looking for. I
>rebuilt using the
>headers from 2.0.3, same thing. Then I tried to debug it using gdb-4.14.
>It won't stop on a breakpoint. This used to work also.
>What changed between 2.0.0 and 2.0.3 that could have caused gated's
>problem? I'll have to stay on 2.0.0 cause I really need gated. Also, I'd
>appreciate any tips on the gdb breakpoint thing. That worked as recently
>as pre2.06 also.

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