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Subjectfork() Problem?

Hi,
this problem maybe a gcc problem.

$ gcc -v
Reading specs from /usr/lib/gcc-lib/i386-unknown-linux/egcs-2.91.66/specs
gcc version egcs-2.91.66 19990314 (egcs-1.1.2 release)

$ ls /lib/libc-*
/lib/libc-2.1.so

kernel-2.2.7

---------------------------
Linux Output:
Main Program pid: 10767
Main Program2 pid: 10767
Child Program pid: 10768
Ikinci bitti
Yavuz 1
----------------------------
SunOs Output:
Main Program pid: 18808
Child Program pid: 18809
Ikinci bitti
Main Program2 pid: 18808
Segmentation fault
Source:
----------------------------------
#include <stdio.h>
struct dene {
char adi[30];
struct dene *next;
} *y, *q;
main() {
int i=0, *status;
q = y = (struct dene *)malloc(sizeof(struct dene));
y->next = NULL;
printf("Main Program pid: %i\n", getpid());
strcpy(y->adi, "Yavuz 1");
if(i = fork()) {
printf("Main Program2 pid: %i\n", getpid());
wait(status);
}
else {
printf("Child Program pid: %i\n", getpid());
strcat(y->adi, "Iki");
y->next = (struct dene *)malloc(sizeof(struct dene));
y = y->next;
y->next = NULL;
strcpy(y->adi, "Selim 2");
printf("Ikinci bitti\n");
return;
}
y = q;
while(y) {
printf("%s\n", y->adi);
y = y->next;
}
return;
}
----------------------------------------
Yavuz
---------------------------
The FORCE will be with you.

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