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SubjectRe: Segfault on the i386 enter instruction
Hello.

Andi Kleen wrote:
> Linux doesn't have a STACK_RLIMIT by default no.
By default - OK, I thought you mean that it doesn't have
the STACK_RLIMIT at all (doesn't implement it).

> It is set by a few distributions (for use with flexmmap) in PAM, but
> not by all. The kernel defaults don't have it.
That might explain why I get
$ ulimit -s
8192
on fedora core.
Thanks for explanations.

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