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#48 fixed navit seg faults when all mapsets are disabled somebody reddog@…
Description Navit gets segfaults when all mapsets are disabled and you click on the destination button in the menubar.[[BR]]
The function mapset_search_new() can't search on nothing.[[BR]]
The function navit_get_mapset() can't return nothing.[[BR]]
I think navit should load (finds no maps), print an information dialog, and disable the destination button.
#49 duplicate navit seg faults when wrong LANG or LC_ALL is set. somebody anonymous
Description My default LANG and LC_ALL is de_DE.UTF-8. With this the destination button works.[[BR]]
When is set the LAND and LC_ALL to "C", then navit segfaults with a press on the destination button.[[BR]]
In map_search_new() he decides between country_search_new() and map_search_new(). If he calls country_search_new() navit segfaults.[[BR]]
#50 invalid SDL-gui doesn't work on my system since sone libraries can't be loaded - TLS problem KaZeR Kripton <kripton@…>
Description I installed and used navit successfully on my 32-bit-system and wanted to use it on my 64-bit Gentoo-machine. The GTK-gui works fine, but when I try to use the SDL/Cegui-GUI, I get these errors:
** (process:30338): WARNING **: can't load '/usr/lib/navit/graphics/', Error '/usr/lib/ cannot allocate memory in static TLS block'
** (process:30338): WARNING **: can't load '/usr/lib/navit/gui/', Error '/usr/lib/ cannot allocate memory in static TLS block'
After recompiling cegui, quesoglc and navit several times with different combinations of CFLAGS and different versions of gcc I still didn't have any success.

After some time I tried this a workaround:
LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/navit/graphics/ navit
this works but it complains a little:
sh: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/navit/graphics/ undefined symbol: debug_level

cp15 proposed this one:
LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/ navit
which works, too and doesn't even complain about missing symbols
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