Re: Kernel compilation problem
In message <199703090317.TAA19818@bittersweet.inetarena.com> you wrote:
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>>>>>> "Elie" == Elie Rosenblum <email@example.com> writes:
> >> Well, I know of this fatal sig 11 thing, but, $%!"#$"#$%"%", it
> >> worked before on the same two scsi discs with another
> >> distribution.
> Elie> If you have fatal sig 11 during kernel compilation, it
> Elie> almost _always_ means you have either bad L2 cache or a bad
> Elie> simm.
> It can also mean a stuck CPU fan; that's what caused this problem on
>one of my boxes. I was able to fix it with a little WD-40.
I started to get sig11s after upgrading to 2.0.29, even had X bomb out
with sig11 coupla times. Resetting the shared Windoze/Linux swap partiton
to "Linux swap" fixed it. Go figure.
(emaziuk at curtin.edu.au)
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