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SubjectRe: Problem - See attached dmesg dump
On Wed, 29 Jan 2003, Horst von Brand wrote:

> Catalin BOIE <util@ns2.deuroconsult.ro> said:
> > > > While running make to build xfce3.8.18 I get an internal gcc error
> > > > segmentation fault. Also got similar error running rpmdrake. Needless to
> > > > say I can't finish the build.
> >
> > I get this error too. gcc 3.2.1 seg faults a lot when compiling a kernel.
> > Motherboard: gigabyte 7avx (I think) K400.
> > Under Windows 2000 (don't ask why, please...) no BSOD.
>
> Segfaults in gcc are usually caused by bad RAM (<http://www.memtest86.com>)
> or broken fans (CPU mostly). "Win* works fine" is of no consecuence, Linux
> works your machine to its limits, Win* doesn't come close; Linux does
> complain when something goes wrong, Win* just sweeps the error under the
> rug and hopes all goes well.

I checked the memory and it's ok.
The computer is new.
The only thing that looks strange is the CPU temperature (68 Celsius).
CPU is Athlon XP 1700+
It has a big fan that spins at ~5000 rpm.

Thanks!

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