2013/6/25 Camm Maguire <firstname.lastname@example.org>: > Greetings! > > If I can allocate memory with (s)brk, why do I get a SIGKILL when > reading it on kbsd, but not on Linux? > > (see http://pastebin.com/c1dCDc9U) This doesn't say much. Can we see your sbrk() calls? Btw I vaguely recall the sbrk() syscall not being the same on both kernels. We used to have a sbrk.c in glibc port to work around this (not sure what happened to it...).