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Old   March 25, 2010, 11:21
Default Gambit no longer works
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Hello, I installed Gambit and Fluent and for some weeks all worked.
Now, when I start Gambit (I do it from Fluent.Inc/bin/Gambit) if i click 'run' apparently nothing happens, if i click 'Run in terminal' it seems to start but then terminal shuts down and nothing happens, if I try to open a .dbs file gambit opens up but suddenly shuts down.

How is it possible?

Thank you.

p.s.: my platform is Linux Ubuntu lnx86
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Old   March 26, 2010, 15:46
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So, something that was working when you first installed it has stopped working?

Do you know what changed? Did you add or remove something? Has your license expired?
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