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    SubjectCompiling with gcc, sig 11, I've got the answer(?)
    I've noticed that I'm getting sig 11 a lot with my 486 machines.
    Isuspect that this is related to 486's and write back caches.
    My Cyrix 486 and Intel dx4 both get sig11's. They both have
    write back caches. However, I never had this problem with my AMD
    and it has a write back cache. I suspect that AMD has a better
    cache manager. Anyhow, I'm strongly leaning towards the wrback
    cache being the problem.


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