The vmnet1:0 entry in the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts directory seems to
break the initilization of rp3. When I load up rp3 swith gdb every time I
get the following stack.
Starting program: /usr/bin/rp3
Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
strncmp (s1=0x805510c "ppp", s2=0x0, n=3) at
65 ../sysdeps/generic/strncmp.c: No such file or directory.
#0 strncmp (s1=0x805510c "ppp", s2=0x0, n=3)
#1 0x80513ef in interface_status_update (i=0x80a9448) at interface.c:417
#2 0x80511b0 in interface_new (interfaceName=0x80a097d "vmnet1:0")
#3 0x8050dd6 in interface_list_generate () at interface.c:181
#4 0x804ead1 in properties_interface_choose () at properties.c:71
#5 0x804ea90 in properties_interface_get (chosenInterface=0x0)
#6 0x804d5a6 in application_main (argc=1, argv=0xbffffb84) at rp3.c:88
#7 0x804d8b2 in main (argc=1, argv=0xbffffb84) at rp3.c:169
I am running the newest version of rp3 that I can find.
[iprowell@improv iprowell]$ rpm -q rp3
I think that the : might be causing a problem.
Doing the following allowed rp3 to come up normally.
[root@improv network-scripts]# mv ifcfg-vmnet1:0 tmp.ifcfg-vmnet1:0
I think this rather directly implies that this interface config file is the
I'm almost certain that this is fixed in rp3-1.0.4 in Raw Hide
Please give it a try and reopen this bug if you're still having trouble.