# Segmentation fault with dialog

I'm obtaining a segmentation fault with the adhering to manuscript when it is extra that youngster dir past the pwd. The program eliminates with the mistake message and also I need to reset the shell.

As an example: I start in / and also run the manuscript. I browse to from / to /etc simply great. When I attempt to head to /etc/httpd/ that is when I get the sector mistake.

An additional instance: I start the manuscript with lsgui /etc and also then it will certainly present that dir yet when I attempt to browse to an additional dir it mistakes once more.

#!/bin/bash

output=${1-$PWD}
IFS=$'\r\n' lss=($(ls -1 $output)) for ((i=0;i<${#lss[@]};i++));do
x+=($i \"${lss[$i]}\") done justdir=($(basename $output)) desc=($(grep $justdir /root/lsgui.conf)) if [ -z$desc ]
then
desc=$output fi dialog --keep-tite --title 'lsgui' --menu$desc 40 70 ${#lss[@]}${x[@]} 2>/tmp/lsgui.$$if [ ? -gt 0 ]; then rm -f /tmp/lsgui.$$
clear
exit 0
fi

result=cat /tmp/lsgui.

case $? in 0) if [ -d${lss[$result]} ];then /root/lsgui$output/${lss[$result]}
else
dialog --keep-tite --title "${lss[$result]}" --textbox $output/${lss[$result]} 40 70 fi esac UPDATE The trouble was if [ -d${lss[$result]} ];then. It was aiming to open a documents in a dir. This was dealt with by transforming the previous declaration to if [ -d$output/${lss[$result]} ];then. I possibly can have protected against the segfault to begin with by examining if the dialog textbox was a documents or otherwise.

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2022-07-25 20:45:52
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