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SubjectRe: ps -t seg faults under 1.3.97
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	Get the patch from http://www2.nether.net/~jared/victim.html

- Jared

shaggenbunsenburner just happened to explain this to us:
> On Thu, 2 May 1996, Joel Maslak wrote:
>
> > On Thu, 2 May 1996, shaggenbunsenburner wrote:
> >
> > > i'm not 100% sure it's not a bad SIMM, i got new ones about a week ago,
> > > but i haven't seen any other problems that could be explained that way,
> > > so i'll test some more.
> >
> > I don't think I have memory problems (up times of 60 days with current
> > memory), but I have the ps -t segmentation fault.
> >
> > procps 0.99a
> > Linux 1.3.97
> > libc 5.3.12
>
> cool... this is the same setup i have, so it sounds like a definite bug.
> and also sounds like i don't have to worry about my memory too much! :)
>
> i'm cc'ing this to linux-kernel... any ideas, folks? i know the output
> of "ps" WRT tty's changed sometime around 1.3.85; since then it's shown
> virtual consoles as "1" or "10" rather than "v01" or "v10".
>
> is there any other setup info anyone needs?
>
> > The University of California at Berkeley has invented TWO things:
> > 1. LSD
> > 2. Unix
> > Coincidence? I think not.
>
> bahahahahahaha...... whoever said we computer geeks have no senses of
> humor was just plain WRONG :)
>
> shag
>
> Judd Bourgeois | When we are planning for posterity,
> shagboy@thecia.net | we ought to remember that virtue is
> Finger for PGP key | not hereditary. Thomas Paine
>
>
>



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