Re: Segmentation faults
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- Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 15:24:40 +0200
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On Tue, 8 Jan 2002, Sveinbjorn Thordarson wrote:
I've just finished installing debian potato m68k on an LC 630 (a
68LC040, no FPU). Everything goes pretty well, except for the fact that
after I've booted i get the following message when loading inetd:
"Starting inetd superserver:
INIT: Id "1" spawning too fast: disabled for 5 minutes"
Unfortunately, you have a broken 68LC040. There's some bug in this
processor in the Floating Point Exception-handling and Memory-management
part of it. If you're interested in the specifics, please search the
archives of the newsgroup comp.os.linux.m68k (for instance at
groups.google.com), it's the most frequently asked question there.
Is this the FPU emulation layer failing?
No, the hardware is.
Is there anything I can do
Install a good LC040 in your system, or better yet, a full 68040.
wouter dot verhelst at advalvas dot be
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IMHO has the complaint from init about 'respawning too fast'
nothing to do with the processor!
I had the same message with LinuxPPC on an Apple PowerMac G4 which is
quit a different machine.
I succeeded to remove the symptom but uptill now I did not care about
solving the problem.
By looking at the screen I found after which command the message
appeared for the first
time during boot and which command followed thereafter. By scanning
the init scripts in the
order they are executed I found the offending script/program.
As far as I can remember the "1" stands for a script or program. I
renamed the offending file and the message did not reappear. In my
hurry to prevent people from buing new processors I did
not yet find the name of the script/program, but when I find it I will post it.