QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

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Robert Krten

QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Robert Krten » Wed Aug 11, 2004 11:45 pm

The CII C compiler is reporting:

/cmds/cq 2d09 - Terminated at 0210:7763. NO-SLIB exception 0040

It's been too long. What do I do? :-)

Cheers,
-RK

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David Gibbs

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by David Gibbs » Thu Aug 12, 2004 2:08 am

Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
The CII C compiler is reporting:

/cmds/cq 2d09 - Terminated at 0210:7763. NO-SLIB exception 0040

It's been too long. What do I do? :-)
I remember that error... there was a program you had to run
to load the shared library it needed. Damned if I can remember
what it was, though.

-David
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Robert Krten

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Robert Krten » Thu Aug 12, 2004 11:16 am

David Gibbs <dagibbs@qnx.com> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
The CII C compiler is reporting:

/cmds/cq 2d09 - Terminated at 0210:7763. NO-SLIB exception 0040

It's been too long. What do I do? :-)

I remember that error... there was a program you had to run
to load the shared library it needed. Damned if I can remember
what it was, though.
dyna &

:-)

Cheers,
-RK
-David
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Rick Lake

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Rick Lake » Thu Aug 12, 2004 8:02 pm

Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
David Gibbs <dagibbs@qnx.com> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
The CII C compiler is reporting:

/cmds/cq 2d09 - Terminated at 0210:7763. NO-SLIB exception 0040

It's been too long. What do I do? :-)

I remember that error... there was a program you had to run
to load the shared library it needed. Damned if I can remember
what it was, though.

dyna &

:-)

Cheers,
-RK
good greef

it's like I went into some time warp :-)

I bet your next error will be a "memory exception" at CAFE:FACE

regards,
rick

Robert Krten

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Robert Krten » Fri Aug 13, 2004 11:34 am

Rick Lake <ow@private-domain.nl> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
David Gibbs <dagibbs@qnx.com> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
The CII C compiler is reporting:

/cmds/cq 2d09 - Terminated at 0210:7763. NO-SLIB exception 0040

It's been too long. What do I do? :-)

I remember that error... there was a program you had to run
to load the shared library it needed. Damned if I can remember
what it was, though.

dyna &

:-)

Cheers,
-RK


good greef

it's like I went into some time warp :-)

I bet your next error will be a "memory exception" at CAFE:FACE
Or Whale Mating?

Cheers,
-RK

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Rick Lake

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Rick Lake » Fri Aug 13, 2004 10:39 pm

Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
Rick Lake <ow@private-domain.nl> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
David Gibbs <dagibbs@qnx.com> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
The CII C compiler is reporting:

/cmds/cq 2d09 - Terminated at 0210:7763. NO-SLIB exception 0040

It's been too long. What do I do? :-)

I remember that error... there was a program you had to run
to load the shared library it needed. Damned if I can remember
what it was, though.

dyna &

:-)

Cheers,
-RK


good greef

it's like I went into some time warp :-)

I bet your next error will be a "memory exception" at CAFE:FACE

Or Whale Mating?
If you're referring to what I think you're referring to, then that's not an
error: it actually saved the earth from the wrath of that destructive
space probe :)

regards,
rick "seen all episodes and the 10 motion pictures" lake
Cheers,
-RK

Mario Charest

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Mario Charest » Fri Aug 13, 2004 11:46 pm

I bet your next error will be a "memory exception" at CAFE:FACE

Or Whale Mating?

If you're referring to what I think you're referring to, then that's not
an
error: it actually saved the earth from the wrath of that destructive
space probe :)
I think it better to say; it actually will save the earth from the wrath of
a destructive space probe :)

regards,
rick "seen all episodes and the 10 motion pictures" lake


Cheers,
-RK

Miguel Simon

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Miguel Simon » Sat Aug 14, 2004 3:26 am

Hi Mario...

I am not too sure if this makes sense, but we never sent number 6 to
space..., or did we? :)

Regards...

Miguel.



Mario Charest wrote:


I think it better to say; it actually will save the earth from the wrath of
a destructive space probe :)


Robert Krten

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Robert Krten » Sat Aug 14, 2004 11:15 am

Rick Lake <ow@private-domain.nl> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
Rick Lake <ow@private-domain.nl> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
David Gibbs <dagibbs@qnx.com> wrote:
Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
The CII C compiler is reporting:

/cmds/cq 2d09 - Terminated at 0210:7763. NO-SLIB exception 0040

It's been too long. What do I do? :-)

I remember that error... there was a program you had to run
to load the shared library it needed. Damned if I can remember
what it was, though.

dyna &

:-)

Cheers,
-RK


good greef

it's like I went into some time warp :-)

I bet your next error will be a "memory exception" at CAFE:FACE

Or Whale Mating?

If you're referring to what I think you're referring to, then that's not an
error: it actually saved the earth from the wrath of that destructive
space probe :)

regards,
rick "seen all episodes and the 10 motion pictures" lake
At least now you can get the 1st season on DVD as a complete set, rather
than paying the outrageous price (something like $30 each) per 2-episode
set :-)

Cheers,
-RK
Cheers,
-RK
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Rick Lake

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Rick Lake » Sat Aug 14, 2004 11:31 am

Mario Charest <nowheretobefound@8thdimension.com> wrote:
I bet your next error will be a "memory exception" at CAFE:FACE

Or Whale Mating?

If you're referring to what I think you're referring to, then that's not
an
error: it actually saved the earth from the wrath of that destructive
space probe :)


I think it better to say; it actually will save the earth from the wrath of
a destructive space probe :)
Depends on which perspective you're looking at: the one before or after
the contamination of the time line ;-)


regards,
rick "seen all episodes and the 10 motion pictures" lake


Cheers,
-RK


Rick Lake

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Rick Lake » Sat Aug 14, 2004 11:46 am

Robert Krten <rk@parse.com> wrote:
[...]
regards,
rick "seen all episodes and the 10 motion pictures" lake

At least now you can get the 1st season on DVD as a complete set, rather
than paying the outrageous price (something like $30 each) per 2-episode
set :-)
Or if you have fast Internet, you can just download the episodes from the
appropriate newsgroups :-) They regularly post episodes from all five
series, even up to the latest. Overhere in Holland they are usually about
a season behind, so for me this is a great solution. :-)
Cheers,
-RK

Chris Herborth

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Chris Herborth » Mon Aug 23, 2004 6:24 pm

Robert Krten wrote:
Rick Lake <ow@private-domain.nl> wrote:
regards,
rick "seen all episodes and the 10 motion pictures" lake

At least now you can get the 1st season on DVD as a complete set, rather
than paying the outrageous price (something like $30 each) per 2-episode
set :-)
Of course, the true connoisseur will invest in all five seasons of
Babylon 5, plus the Movie Collection that just came out.

<flame-bait>
I mean, really, how many Star Trek episodes use
sub-atomic-particle-of-the-week and time travel to resolve things cleanly?
</flame-bait>

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Miguel Simon

Re: QNX2: cq reports "no slib"

Post by Miguel Simon » Thu Aug 26, 2004 8:27 pm

"Very funny, Scotty. Now beam down my clothes."




some more quotes:

Make it idiot proof and someone will make a better idiot.

"Daddy, what does FORMATTING DRIVE C mean?"

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach him to use the Net
and he won't bother you for weeks.



Rick Lake wrote:
If you're referring to what I think you're referring to, then that's not an
error: it actually saved the earth from the wrath of that destructive
space probe :)

regards,
rick "seen all episodes and the 10 motion pictures" lake


Cheers,
-RK

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