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> Segmentation Fault, BASH
rfburnhertz
post Sep 18 2003, 09:38 PM
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I run SUSE 8.1 and am trying to run Yahoo Messenger.

I don't have the lib's needed to run version 7 or 8, so I downloaded version 6. This installs without any conflicts.

But when I attempt to run it from BASH using the ./ymessenger command I get a Segmentation fault.

I have never seen this before and so far have found very little info through a quick web search. Can anyone inform me a bit as to what I am looking at?

Thanks
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jetblackz
post Sep 19 2003, 01:31 AM
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Run http://www.memtest86.com/ for 30 mins


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billf
post Sep 19 2003, 02:44 AM
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I have seen segmentation faults before when trying to run Java. The solution was to change the ulimit -s value. vague but it may help.
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hughesjr
post Sep 19 2003, 05:39 AM
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Why not use gaim or ayttm ... both work well on Linux and connect to YIM as well as other IM servers.


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