This is strange… We have these networked iMacs running Leopard and I recently compiled JUCE on one and linked to my program. However, the program immediately shuts down, but doesn’t crash. Opening up the debugger shows that JUCE gives the message “Another instance running - quitting…” (Note that I had allowMoreThanOneInstance returning false, and for returning true the problem naturally went away) Checked the process list, but there wasn’t anything in there running that could confuse it, and did restarts and everything, but no change.
After playing around with it, we found that when we ran the binary from an admin account, it would work, and when we ran it on a local guest account it worked, but whenever it was a user signed on, it somehow was thinking that there was another instance running already.
We then tried some other JUCE apps that had been built elsewhere and found that it wasn’t a JUCE pandemic, but my best guess is that it had to do with the JUCE library that I compiled in XCode. This happened on both the release and debug.
Anyone run into this before?