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SubjectRE: Floating Point Exception??

On 09-Jul-96 John Narron wrote:
>>I've gotten this error on the 2.0.0, 2.0.2, and 2.0.3 kernels
>and I was wondering if there is a way to fix it. I get it when
>ever I try to run top ; it will read off a few headers to top
>[in accuratly, unless top is supposed to report 0k memory on
>all of the memory readings] and spit out Floating point exception.
>Any ideas?

Yes.... try reading the documentation. Specifically the file called Changes in t
Documentation directory of the kernel source. Your procps tools broke in the upg
(along with other things). Upgrade, and all will be well.


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