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Re: [S.u.S.E. Linux] 5.2 install
- From: srr03@xxxxxx (Santiago Rodriguez)
- Date: Mon, 04 May 1998 09:35:24 +0200
- Message-id: <354D6FBC.88AB2E8@xxxxxx>
I've had problems about the segmentation error. Just sometimes when I go into
the X, the xterm shows a 'Segmentation error' and doesn't work.
Simon Karpen wrote:
> On %M %N, jkarns wrote
> > Tried to revert to earlier (2.0.30) kernel, but can't compile the source.
> > Get segmentation fault when linking. Re-try reboots machine. I am
> > installing slakware 3.4, but would rather stick with SuSE for easier
> > system management.
> Neither slackware, nor Redhat, nor Debian are going to fix your problems.
> Segfaults while compiling or linking, reboots, etc. indicate that you
> have a hardware problem, quite possibly bad RAM, bus noise, or
> (since you said you have a Compaq) the fact that the hardware is
> either not following the normal specs, or is plain old garbage.
> I've found SuSE to be more stable than other distributions I've used
> (just about all of them) in most ways. There are a few vendors
> that will preload SuSE; you may want to look at their hardware configurations
> for ideas. VA Research (<A HREF="http://www.varesearch.com/"><A HREF="http://www.varesearch.com/</A">http://www.varesearch.com/</A</A>>) is one of the
> largest. In fact, IIRC SuSE uses VA Research machines for their own
> > What kernel version is being used with 5.2?
> A fairly heavily SuSE-ified 2.0.33, iirc. (I don't remember offhand;
> I'm using Alan Cox's pre-2.0.34 series)
> Simon Karpen karpes@xxxxxxx slk@xxxxxxxxxxx
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