Apologies if this is a duplicate thread to another post, but I searched for ‘2.0.3 crash’ and saw nothing that seemed the same. If I try to launch Audacity either by clicking on the dock, or the icon in Applications, or dragging a file (like an MP3, I have LAME installed and have used it this way many times before), it bounces in the dock a couple of times, then crashes silently. This is what I get in the console, no actual error message or crash log appears in the Finder:
Sep 19 09:56:00 My-computer [0x0-0xf07f07].net.sourceforge.audacity: /Applications/Audacity/Audacity.app/Contents/MacOS/Audacity.sh: line 20: dirname: No such file or directory
Sep 19 09:56:00 My-computer [0x0-0xf07f07].net.sourceforge.audacity: /Applications/Audacity/Audacity.app/Contents/MacOS/Audacity.sh: line 21: /Audacity: No such file or directory
Sep 19 09:56:00 My-computer com.apple.launchd ([0x0-0xf07f07].net.sourceforge.audacity): Exited with exit code: 127
This same copy of Audacity used to work fine in all 3 of these scenarios, on the same OS. Mac OS X 10.5.8 (x86, aka Intel 32 bit).
Strangely, doing ‘Show Package Contents’ on the .app bundle and double clicking the audacity unix executable ( /Applications/Audacity/Audacity.app/Contents/MacOS/Audacity ) still works (see attached screenshot), which suggests the aforementioned script finds something in the system it can’t handle, but the actual program is ok. But I have no idea what it chokes on and would like some help pinpointing it, and will try to supply other diagnostic information to that end as requested. Thank you.