> I`ve experienced strange gcc sig11 crashes.
> prerequisities: gcc-2.95.3-vanille, 2.4.7-vanille
> recently i`ve dloaded arachne, a svgalib-based
> web browser. It has quite a number of various problems,
> with console-switching screen/terminal corruptions
> being most significant. so as i said, it crashed
> alot, and i recovered from these crashes w/o reboot.
> then i get libggi-2.0.4b4. (that is all happening
> w/o reboot between actions)
> i`ve started compile process. bah! - sig11.
> Although i quite often have those, but
> this time i had about _100_ of them!!!
> all these in libggi. I `ve got tired of tweakin`
> cflags of different makfiles, because it helps
> to go thru prblematic .c`s, and i rebooted.
> Hm the /most/ mystic of all this is the fact, that
> after reboot sig11 rate dropped from sig11 per ~4
> files to one per ~120 of them. To make clear
> the situation, i`ll tell that libggi is VERY
> broken for me in the scope of gcc`s sig11.
> also i can say, that the sig11/file rate had been
> constantly increasing with the compilation process.
> so it seems to me like kernel problem...
> further information upon request.
> Samium Gromoff
Sounds like flaky hardware. Something in your system is probably overheating
and causing problems. Try swapping the components in your system one at a
time, starting with memory.
-- Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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