Home > Mac OS X > Fink 0.7.0 ReleasedFink 0.7.0 Released Eugenia Loli 2004-04-03 Mac OS X 8 CommentsFink 0.6.3 (for OS X 10.2.x) and Fink 0.7.0 (for OSX 10.3.x) were released today. These releases includes source and binary packages as well as binary installers.About The Author Eugenia LoliEx-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker.Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 8 Comments 2004-04-03 8:25 pm Yikes! Is anyone else getting a segfault when trying to do a selfupdate? I’m on Panther. Here’s what I’m getting:./install.sh: line 37: 4107 Segmentation fault mkdir -p “$basepath”### execution of ./install.sh failed, exit code 139Failed: installing fink-0.19.2-1 failed 2004-04-03 10:39 pm I had no problem, I am using Panther as well but have experienced no problems yet. 2004-04-04 3:28 am There is an error with finks versions of unix commands (I noticed right after installing KWord (witch installed KDE). You can fix this by deleting /sw/bin/(any command that gives you the error (there are a few of them)) . The apple ones will take over and everything will be peachyA small list of bad commands is:lslndirdircolorsmkdirrmrmdir… possibly more of them, I just cannot remember. 2004-04-04 3:30 am There is also a perl script that will fix the problem that Fink provides (According to someone on support.apple.com – I, however have not seen such a script.) 2004-04-04 10:26 am updated without a hitch. 2004-04-04 5:51 pm I installed it a few moments ago and i am compiling software at this point. looks good so far. 2004-04-04 7:01 pm when I try to run startkde, I get all sorts of IPC errors… any ideas? 2004-04-04 9:03 pm Thanks for the tip. It turns out that the fix was in the Fink FAQ. Sigh. It’s a prebinding problem, fixed with the following command:sudo /sw/var/lib/fink/prebound/update-package-prebinding.pl -fOnward Fink!