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SubjectRE: Question on SIGFPE
I tried this. It says that the address is 0. And also I saw that
it doesn't fall into any of the si_codes of SIGFPE.


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-----Original Message-----
From: Magnus Naeslund(t) []
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 3:53 PM
To: Sreeram Kumar Ravinoothala
Subject: Re: Question on SIGFPE

Sreeram Kumar Ravinoothala wrote:

> Hi,
> We get this problem when we run it on disk on chip where linux
> 2.4.5 is used.
> Thanks and Regards
> Sreeram

Since I don't know what your app is doing, it's kind of hard to know
whats causing the problem. I still would guess on a divide by zero,
maybe because of some timing issue.

Use sigaction(2) to trap the signal, and then look at the
siginfo_t->si_addr to find out where it happens.

Or better yet, just run the program through gdb, it will catch the


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