On 6/5/11 12:06, Lars Behrens wrote:
Using 0.48 with Linux Mint 9 (Isadora) when I render a formula, an
box pops up saying that the called script has given additional
information to inkscape, no error had been thrown and the result might
be unusable (sorry, dialogue in german so no literal citation), the
message inside the box is "Segmentation fault". The formula gets
rendered correctly though.
It's not a big thing, but having to click away that dialogue each time I
render a formula in order to see the result is a bit annoying. I can
find no log files, strace shows nothing of interest. So maybe someone
can help me find the cause of the message or a way to suppress it.
Most likely the segfault comes from pstoedit (do a google search,
reported for several linux distros).
What happens if you call pstoedit by itself (even without any arguments)
on the command line?
Which version of pstoedit do you have installed?