I get the following line when trying to install crossover 10.0.0 professional:
./install-crossover-pro-10.0.0.bin: line 129: 20313 Segmentation fault "$installer" "$@"
I've also tried installing the games version.
./install-crossover-games-demo-10.0.0.bin: line 129: 20850 Segmentation fault "$installer" "$@"
Both are installed to user-writable directories, such as my home folder and an /opt/ folder I made specifically for it.
Happened regardless of whether the .bin file was executable or not.
Attempts to run any binaries that are created in the installs result in segmentation faults.
Reinstalling over my previous crossover games installation didn't manage to break the app install selection menu...
Reverting back to crossover pro/games 9.2.0 version allowed me to continue using it.
I also notice that the new installers are in .bin format, as opposed to the earlier .sh format.
My machine is a Thinkpad T60, 32-bit and Radeon X1400 with opensource ati drivers.
I'd file this under a bug, but that's been closed.
I'd also file this under a support ticket, but that's for a specific application, not crossover itself.
Does crossover 10 depend on libraries that should be on my system that I can check?