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Re: Signal 11 Panics
>Signal 11 is usually a memory problem, such as segment violation, etc.
>The Linux 2.0.0 docs mention that you can get a Signal 11 when doing
>kernel builds, and that it usually means a memory hardware problem,
>such as a flakey RAM module or some such thing.
Well, it can be other things as well, such as caches, CPU type and
more. You'd best go and find the `Signal 11 FAQ', for which I don't
have the URL at hand. It's a common Linux/i386 problem, caused by the
extensive use of the cheap hardware it's running on. Too bad I'm
running Linux/68k. :)
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