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    Default nano, pico segmentation fault

    openSUSE Tumbleweed 20180331

    nano and pico when started from the command line receive a Segmentation fault.

    Tried:
    Did searches, but all appeared last year.

    Tried:
    gdb nano

    Got:
    Reading symbols from nano..."Missing separate debuginfo for /usr/bin/nano
    Try: zypper install -C "debuginfo(build-id)=d6ed57583c211f6c617a56a31d5c21ddbf0eb299"

    Tried:
    zypper install -C "debuginf...

    Got:
    No provider of 'debuginfo... found'

    Tried:
    Look in the repository for debug symbols did not find.

    Anyone else experience this and find a fix?

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    Default Re: nano, pico segmentation fault

    "nano" seems to be okay here.

    I have a file named "calendar" in my home directory. I used:
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    nano calendar
    and it seemed to be working correctly.

    You might check whether "nano" is using incompatible libraries that you may have installed with other software.
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    Default Re: nano, pico segmentation fault

    I opened up yast and saw there was an update to libncurses (text in red). I thought Software Updates app would have taken care of that. Oh well, updated and nano works. Thx

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    Default Re: nano, pico segmentation fault

    Quote Originally Posted by opensuseforumorg42 View Post
    I opened up yast and saw there was an update to libncurses (text in red). I thought Software Updates app would have taken care of that. Oh well, updated and nano works. Thx
    Oy, this is an indication that you're probably not updating your Tw correctly. The only -documented- option you have is 'zypper dup' and nothing else. If you used YaST or update applets before, please refrain from doing so and run 'zypper dup' to get your Tw in a proper state.
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