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Re: SID: Trap divide error 0 in libc

Hi Christian,

On Tue, Aug 6, 2013 at 3:10 PM, Christian Haul <c.haul@web.de> wrote:
Im running sid now sucessfully for a couple oft years. The last update on 4.8. gives me some headaches, though.
After the upgrade Boot falls with multiple errors, a common part is
trap divide error ip:7f88f70e601b sp:7fffde9ce760 error:0 in libc-2.17.so[7f88f70b9000+1a2000]

I can however Boot when I set init=/bin/bash in the kernel command line.

I was suspecting the libc upgrade to 2.17-92 so I downgraded to 2.17-7 (testing) but to no avail.

Note: I was using apparmor but habe removed it now.
Note: I am using systemd

1) You should report a bug using our BTS and not to the developers list. http://bugs.debian.org contains instructions on how to do it and what information you need to include (especially versions of the software used and architecture) - usually it's best to use reportbug utility.

2) You should probably test your hardware first using memtest (and/or other tools). If you get similar error in different places it might indicate some troubles with hardware/memory.

Ondřej Surý <ondrej@sury.org>
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