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Operating Systems Linux Red Hat Media Player issue Post 302342872 by sahu.tapan on Tuesday 11th of August 2009 02:21:22 AM
Old 08-11-2009
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Originally Posted by mark54g
The error states you have an incompatible version of glibc. Update it and please read the errors. They are not there just to say "A Fatal Exception OE has occurred at 0x5FFCD9"


Thanks Mark!!!
 

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Config::Model::Exception(3pm)				User Contributed Perl Documentation			     Config::Model::Exception(3pm)

NAME
Config::Model::Exception - Exception mechanism for configuration model VERSION
version 2.021 SYNOPSIS
# internal DESCRIPTION
You must read Exception::Class before reading on. This module creates all the exception class used by Config::Model. All exception class name begins with "Config::Model::Exception::" The exception classes are: "Any" Base class. It accepts an "object" argument. The user must pass the reference of the object where the exception occurred. The object name will be used to generate the error message. TODO: list all exception classes and hierarchy. How to get trace By default, most of the exceptions will not print out the stack trace. For debug purpose, you can force a stack trace. For instance, if you want a stack trace for an "unknown element" error, you must add this line in your script: Config::Model::Exception::UnknownElement->Trace(1) ; If you're not sure which class to trace, add this line in your script: Config::Model::Exception::Any->Trace(1) ; AUTHOR
Dominique Dumont, (ddumont at cpan dot org) SEE ALSO
Config::Model, Config::Model::Instance, Config::Model::Node, Config::Model::Value Exception::Class perl v5.14.2 2012-11-09 Config::Model::Exception(3pm)

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