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Old 29 August 2005, 07:52   #3
mrodfr
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hello

you should add in the begining of your startup-sequence a command like:

- mcpramlibpatch (found in old mcp release)

- if you use blizzkick, It's also possible because one or his modules increase the stack also.

- stackattack in aminet also.

- I think there is a same command like mcpramlibpatch inside mmulibs.lha from thomas richter.

I have use mcpramlibpatch some time and after the modudle with blizzkick I used untill now.

with AOS 3.5 or 3.9, this problem had been corrected but I continue to use allways blizzkick with modules.

you can also survey your stack problem by using stacksnoop from aminet.

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