On Fri, 2002-05-10 at 17:26, Richard C Bilson wrote: > The comment about sam giving an I/O error also resonates with me -- > sam-9libs won't start the graphics side for me, either on Linux 2.4 > or Solaris 2.8 (although I recall it working on Solaris 2.6). But I'm > probably wasting my breath, if the 9libs distribution is unofficial and > unmaintained anyway. Well, I'm the person who put the 9libs package together, but I'll admit I haven't done much in the way of maintaining it since. I keep saying I'll try to overcome that, but I've done little in practical terms, mostly due to lack of time. I'm going to have a more serious stab at trying to put another release together though because I still think that having a common set of libraries for sam, wily, 9term and co is the right way to do things. The I/O error is the main thing that needs clobbering as far as I'm aware: for the most part if you don't see the I/O error it just works. That's the other (feeble) excuse for why there hasn't been a 1.1. Perhaps I should follow oz's example and plonk 9libs on sourceforge... I'm a bit concerned about losing the CVS revision history I have already, but it's probably a better model for the future. -Mark.