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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.

We're running Linux 1.2.8, actually. But, considering what we had to do
to get the memory into the machine, this is probably a good possibility.
I'll look into the matter.

Thank you. ::)

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