BeZilla only starts when run from Terminal
|Reported by:||HaiColon||Owned by:||axeld|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||x86|
When starting BeZilla from the Deskbar menu, it crashes and asks if I want to debug it every time I try to run it. When I start it from the Terminal, it starts and works fine nearly all the time, it only crashed one time while starting like it does when using the Deskbar menu. I tried it out about ten times from the Terminal.
I can't say at which revision of Haiku this problem started since I used a different computer to run Haiku up to about a week ago, where I didn't have this problem. I switched computers because the harddisk or one of the fans is damaged in the other computer (it makes evil noises). I did install Haiku to this computer about two months ago though and back then BeZilla did start fine when using the Deskbar menu on this computer.
I'll attach the debugger output of when BeZilla crashes when using the link in the Deskbar menu and the terminal output from the one time BeZilla crashed when started from the Terminal.
I don't know if this could be related but just to be sure, I use the ATA stack instead of the IDE stack because otherwise Haiku only boots on this computer if I disable ide-dma. Id did run jam clean because I read that not doing that can cause problems when switching to the ATA stack.
I'm using revision 30632 of Haiku, gcc2 built from Ubuntu 8.10, installed to an USB harddisk. The computer has a Gigabyte K8NMF-9 motherboard with an Athlon XP 64 3200+ processor and 1,5 Gb of RAM.