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Hi I have a pretty strange problem which I cant figure out. When my Linux begins its initialization (on the startup time), when its run the first scripts in rc.d, it gets segmentation faulf (after that the kernel continues running). Every time it tries to run a shell command like 'depmod' 'cat' or 'ls' it gets segmentation fault. Even after I entered my user name and got a shell, it gets Segmentation fault on every shell command. What can it be????...

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    Default Shell command gets Segmentation Fault

    Hi
    I have a pretty strange problem which I cant figure out.
    When my Linux begins its initialization (on the startup time), when
    its run the first scripts in rc.d, it gets segmentation faulf (after
    that the kernel continues running). Every time it tries to run a shell
    command like 'depmod' 'cat' or 'ls' it gets segmentation fault. Even
    after I entered my user name and got a shell, it gets Segmentation
    fault on every shell command.
    What can it be????
    Hagit Guest

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    Default Re: Shell command gets Segmentation Fault

    Hagit wrote: 

    mismatched binaries? (for a totally different processor, etc.)
    corrupted binaries? (bad transfer, etc.?)

    those are only guesses ... don't know how old this install is, or what
    flavor it is.


    Socks Guest

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    Default Re: Shell command gets Segmentation Fault

    Socks wrote: 
    >
    >
    > mismatched binaries? (for a totally different processor, etc.)
    > corrupted binaries? (bad transfer, etc.?)[/ref]

    .... or a wrong glibc version for just about everything ...
     

    Allen Guest

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    "Allen Kistler" <moc> wrote in message
    news:9KoJb.17125$news.prodigy.com... 
    > >
    > >
    > > mismatched binaries? (for a totally different processor, etc.)
    > > corrupted binaries? (bad transfer, etc.?)[/ref]
    >
    > ... or a wrong glibc version for just about everything ...
    > [/ref]

    Or a corrupted glibc, from disk failures, messed up installations or
    upgrades, RAM problems, or even a rootkit someone was trying to break in
    with. It's really, really hard to say.


    Nico Guest

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