Re: ps - Illegal Instruction
On 9/19/2010 8:23 PM, Timo Juhani Lindfors wrote:
Jerry Stuckle<firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
I still have several problems, which may be related. The easiest one
to find is an "Illegal Instruction" when I run a simple ps command.
This occurs whether I run as a user or root.
So gnome starts but ps fails? Very odd. Please
1) apt-get install debsums
to see if any files are corrupted.
Hi, Timo, and thanks for responding. Yes, gnome starts, although
occasionally I get
debsums by itself found a LOT of good files, so I ran it with -s. The
only mismatch it found was on
That shouldn't be a problem.
Rerunning with -a -s added a mismatch for
But I don't think that should be a problem, either.
Further testing indicates when I boot into the single user mode, ps
works fine. Also, during normal boot I found an Illegal Instruction
message for sysctl - which fails from a command line on normal boot
also, but works in single user mode.
And as to the suggestions from other users to try another VM - that's
not open for discussion unless you can tell my why the one that comes
with Windows 7 doesn't work.