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logkext segmentation fault?


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I recently have been getting an error when trying to open the logkext log file or when I try printing the log on the terminal. I get a Segmentation Fault. Has anybody gotten this error or knows how to solve the problem?

I have been using the logkext client for a while and I have never gotten this fault before.

I appreciate all the help I can get.

Thank you.
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