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There is a C++ program that was written for a VMS system that I'm trying to run on linux. Everything works fine on the VMS system. But on linux, after ...
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- 07-11-2005 #1
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transferring a C++ program from VMS to Linux; get "buffer overflow detected"
Everything works fine on the VMS system. But on linux, after using the "make" command, and trying to run it, I get:
***buffer overflow detected ***: ./corelut terminated
Does anybody know what types of problems cause this error?
Or if there's anything about C++ programs that generally doesnt tranfer directly from OpenVMS to linux???
This corelut program has to do with setting up color mapping, but I dont really know a lot about it...