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SubjectRe: cc1 - fatal signal 11 during build

> I am trying to compile kernels for my new AMD-K5-PR100 and for my
> old Intel 386-25MHz. I'll be testing out the 386 as a firewall with PPP
> over a dial-up connection.
> Each time I try 'make clean ; make zImage', GCC stops compiling with an
> error similar to the following, usually on sys.c or module.c:
> I've deleted the source for 2.0.25 and loaded 2.1.10 instead. I also
> reinstalled GCC from a partition holding Slackware 3.1. Compiling still
> stops on the same kind of error.

I've also gotten sporadic errors with gcc and compiles on a P120. It just seems
to quit. I've also had the problem the last few days of rpc.nfsd quitting on
the same machine, for no particular reason (twice so far). I was using gcc on this machine, and a recent rpc.nfsd (at least as recent as
Rembrandt). At some point I'll take the machine to RH 4.0, but now it seems
that this might not just be me... I am using libc 5.4.7 and the kernel running
is 2.0.25... I just did a script of 6 kernel compiles yesterday and none
completed :-(
(no probs on a Dual PPro running parallel makes though :-)

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