We have been trying to figure out why it has exhibited this behaviour, haven't we?
Yes, pinoc worked on lxcursor. I asked him to help me with it. It is not unusual for 2 people to team up on an app. The advantage is that you have 2 sets of eyes reading the code and two minds working on it. That makes a big difference.
Yes I know that and unless I completely misunderstand what has been said about you not having a problem, I am trying to understand is why my code is different from the code you are running.
I cant see why I should have code which is different from anyone else. What worries me is that if my code is different to what should be there what else is different and what kinds of problems am I stacking up for the future. It makes no sense for me to have version 0.2 and you to have version 0.2 and they both be different. That's what I am trying to understand, I know why my code does not work as it was and how we fixed it, but it does not explain why I have different code?
I see. You miss the point. There is only one version of lxcursor available -0.2. If it is different on your machine, it is because you changed the code. In other words, lxcursor-0.2 is lxcursor-0.2, regardless of who installs it.
The difference is in the results, not the code.
First point of difference is hardware. My machine is:
AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 4800+ @2500.000 MHz [Athlon64/Opteron]
C61 [GeForce 6150SE nForce 430] video
Hp w1907 Monitor - 1440x900
3GB RAM DIMM DDR2 800 MHz (1.2 ns)
That a short list. To get info on your hardware, as root run lshw in your terminal or install systeminfo and run lshw from it.
Second point of difference is in any changes made to system files. /etc/fstab is one of the files that it seems people frequently make changes to.