I'd suggest you first try with the amule in
deb http://ppa.launchpad.net/simontol/ubuntu hardy main
Ok, so at http://ppa.launchpad.net/simontol/ubuntu/pool/main/a/amule/
, there is amule for 3 different architectures? I guess its quite silly, but i dont know which one applies to my comp.
HP Pavilion a6370
Phenom 9500, 2.2GHz, socket AM2
GeForce 6150SE nForce 430
Asus M2N68-LA, HP Narra3-GL8E
3GB, PC2-5300 MB/sec, 240 pin, DDR2 SDRAM
AMD Live technologies
I tried to get more info on my hardware in the command line, but i can only read the last part of all the info in "lshw" or "lshal". When i try "$ less lshw" or $ less lshal", it says "no such file or directory"
When i simply choose to install amule for md64 or lpia, it says: "error: wrong architecture".
When i pick the one for i386, it says: "error: dependency is not satisfiable: amule-common"
Then you run gdb amule. Note this means gdb (a debugger) is "supervising" amule, so when it crashes you can actually know what happened.
So the procedure is to start gdb amule, and then wait until amule crashes, then the backtrace will be shown.
Ok, I get that. I just didnt get that far yet...
By the way, you have to press enter to continue, read the message you posted
Yes, i did that, but i just got more of exactly the same, so i thought that posting that was just wasting webspace.
This week I'm really busy so excuse me if I don't quickly answer some of your questions, but I'm really interested in fixing your multiple crashes.
Please take your time. Im really grateful for the support that you give me, whenever you can find some time to do so.
Currently, amule crashes 6 times a day on average.