gcc segmentation fault in going back to current

Ben Kaduk minimarmot at gmail.com
Mon Sep 19 19:29:43 PDT 2005

On 9/19/05, Chuck Robey <chuckr at chuckr.org> wrote:
> I just finally got back on the net after a move (my dsl unraveled itself
> for a while) ... I tried to bring my rather too old current really back
> to current (it was a couple months out of date, and I got a suprise ...
> I was greeted with a seegmentation fault from gcc whilst rebuilding gcc
> itself. I went thru the UPDATING, and did a 30 minutess spin thru the
> mailing lists I'd missed, but didn't find anything I'd missed ... if
> there is any obvious problem that's come and gone in the last 60 days,
> I'd really appreciate a whack to the head over it.
> Oh, in case it's important, it's in a Pentium-4 based box, several scsi
> disks, one ide one. The box usually runs my mail along with hobby work.
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How do you feel about running memtest86? The general consensus in the past 
has been that such errors are usually indicative of bad hardware.

Ben Kaduk

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