... the program that is created doesn't run because of "segmentation fault."
Has anyone had any success getting Mini vMac built in Ubuntu 10.10? I follow the directions on the official page, but it all ends with this ...
Sorry, I somehow missing seeing this question sooner. With a bit of experimentation, I believe that you are trying to compile Mini vMac 3.1.3 on the 64-bit version of Ubuntu.
The problem is that Mini vMac is getting compiled as a 64-bit program, when it was expecting to be compiled as 32-bit, and it doesn't work.
Mini vMac 3.2.3 now has the '-t lx64' option to compile as a 64-bit program, which should work.