I have duplicated the error on Qemu... But, have found 'sync' will alleviate that error when restarting.
From: "Axel Dörfler" <axeld@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> Reply-To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxx To: openbeos@xxxxxxxxxxxxxSubject: [openbeos] Re: Could not open application 'x' with application 'x' (not an eDate: Mon, 15 Jan 2007 18:36:22 +0100 (MET) "Karl vom Dorff" <haikubounties@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > hmm apparently, it's not okay... > > well I tried copying two applications from a befs partition. They > both > executed fine. After a shutdown they also function fine, but after a > restart, they give the error of not being executable. cmp reveals > they > differ at char 1 level 1, forget what it said exactly. There is no difference between shutting down and restarting until the end from the kernel perspective; it does the very same stuff until it gets there. I will see if I can reproduce this odd behaviour under Qemu - maybe it's a VMware problem. Also, does "sync" executed from a Terminal before rebooting change anything? > also, i always have to re-make a directory /mnt to mount the > partition in. > it always disappears after a restart or shutdown. That's the same as in BeOS; if you create directories in the root, they will only be temporary. Maybe you want to use the "mountvolume" command instead, which does the job automatically. > two other things, the sea monkey application suite doesn't start up > anymore > fully (gets stuck on the splashscreen), and I no longer seem to have > a > working network within Vmware! Tested with what revision? I'm currently working on the net_server/TCP/ etc. :-) The net_server is now started automatically; the Netscript is no longer executed. Bye, Axel.
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