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Sorry for wasting bandwidth if ever answered on this.
If my friend running 1.2.13(libc-4.7.5) sees the following,
what would kernel gurus say about it ?
Is this an indication of bad simms ?
I couldn't find an appropriate answer for him from RTFM.

Thanks in advance,
Joonwoo

: Whenever I am executing a command in the directory /proc,
: I get an error message as follows:
:
:
: rose!!:/proc> ls
: Message Catalog System: corrupt file.
: Message Catalog System: corrupt file.
: Message Catalog System: corrupt file.
: Message Catalog System: corrupt file.
: Message Catalog System: corrupt file.
: ./ 198/ 68/ 95/ meminfo
: ../ 199/ 7/ cpuinfo modules
: 1/ 203/ 70/ devices net/
: 163/ 206/ 75/ dma pci
: 181/ 211/ 77/ filesystems self/
: 182/ 2293/ 84/ interrupts stat
: 183/ 48/ 88/ ioports uptime
: 191/ 6/ 91/ kcore version
: 195/ 62/ 92/ kmsg
: 196/ 64/ 93/ ksyms
: 197/ 66/ 94/ loadavg
:
: rose!!:/proc> more cpuinfo
: cpu : 586
: model : Pentium 90/100
: mask : E
: vid : GenuineIntel
: fdiv_bug : no
: math : yes
: hlt : yes
: wp : yes
: Integrated NPU : yes
: Enhanced VM86 : yes
: IO Breakpoints : yes
: 4MB Pages : yes
: TS Counters : yes
: Pentium MSR : yes
: Mach. Ch. Exep. : yes
: CMPXCHGB8B : yes
: BogoMips : 48.27
:
: But if in all other directories I am doing the same thing,
: I don't have any problem.

--
Joonwoo Nam
MAGNUMS(MAssachusetts Group for NUMerical analysis of Semiconductors)
Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, UMASS at Amherst
e-mail:nam@nazgul.ecs.umass.edu / work:413-545-4762 / fax:413-545-4611
http://khushi.ecs.umass.edu/~nam

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