glibc giving signal 11
Thomas 'Balu' Walter
tw at itreff.de
Wed Nov 22 06:35:30 PST 2000
Note, please first quote, then answer (like I do) and shorten the mails
to a "minimum" so that it does not loose its meaning...
+-Thomas T. Veldhouse-(veldy at veldy.net)-[22.11.00 15:17]:
> It's your hardware. Probably either your memory is going bad or your CPU is
> overheating. Because of the timing, I would suggest checking the latter
> first. Perhaps you can open you case and blow the dust out (especially off
> of your CPU). Perhaps adding some sort of active cooling would be helpful.
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