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    I was using a two day old core file on an Intel system that hadn't touched swap and I can still make it happen.

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    > Hello guys,
    >
    > The infamous "ldd core" problem seems to only occur under the following
    > circumstances:
    >
    > 1. the core file is fresh - i.e. you run your cor.c program and then
    > immediately do ldd core.
    >
    > 2. More importantly than 1., it happens when there is some swap space
    > in use - and does not happen when 0 bytes of swap are in use.
    >
    > Keep looking and you shall find (for there is nothing hidden that shall
    > not be revealed).
    >
    > Regards,
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    > Santa Cruz Operation Ltd | http://www.aivazian.demon.co.uk
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