Re: illegal hardware instruction
On Sat, Sep 21, 2002 at 04:07:14PM -0500, Jason Wojciechowski wrote:
> I was playing with adonthell when my display froze up. It was totally
> unresponsive, and I didn't have a way to ssh in, so I had to manually
> turn the machine off and then back on. Now, trying to ssh gives
> jason@inj ( jason ) 15:57$ ssh stout
> zsh: illegal hardware instruction ssh stout
> The same happens if I try to tell sshd to start.
> Everything else that I've tried thus far (from galeon to sylpheed to
> the other daemons like apache) works, except for fetchmail when I tell
> it to use ssl. If I tell it to work unencrypted, it works just fine.
> Otherwise, I get the same message as above.
> The kernel is 2.4.19, compiled using make-kpkg. I'm pretty sure I
> don't have anything exotic going on, either in the kernel (no patches
> or anything) or the hardware (it's still the same as the vendor gave
> it to me 3 years ago, a K6-2 450, 96 MB RAM Compaq). I'm 99% certain
> it's the same kernel image now that I was using before the crash, but
> I'm a little sloppy like that - I don't really remember.
> I'm sure more information would help anyone who tries to help me, but
> I'm not sure where to start. New kernel image? Different kernel
> version? Is it a kernel problem at all? I tried removing and then
> reinstalling ssh, but that hasn't done anything. A google/linux
> search turned up an argument between Linus and Alan Cox on some
> mailing list, but nothing else of note.
Try reinstalling the openssl package? Since both programs that are acting up are ssl enabled but non-ssl programs are starting up fine.