fatal signal 11

Daniel Foesch krach42 at aol.com
Sun Mar 11 18:38:30 CST 2001

>I started the compile again and it went past semaphore.c and died later on
>another file, started that make again and it continued. I then studied 'top'
>and saw the the machine was using virtually all its memory (I started this
>project on a machine with a modest 32meg or RAM). So, I got the cvs tree
>again on another machine with twice the memory and the compile completed
>successfully (albeit with warnings, but no fatal errors) and I can now run
>'wine calc.exe' from /c/windows. So, I will continue on for now. Thanks for
>the good advice. The searching (and reading the link) about sig 11 was
>interesting and useful and I appreciate it.
>> BTW, does somebody know what could cause the sig11 in
>> wine/server/semaphore.c ?
>> Hmm, I guess I'll have to dig out some similar sig11 fixes and compare
>> with semaphore.c content...
>> Andreas Mohr

I recall reading the Sig11 FAQ, and actually the way he's describing it (the
sig11 happens at arbitrary points in the compile) that means faulty mem sticks.

Daniel "Krach" Foesch
"I'm all in favor of regulations dictating a standard placement of directions
on frozen foods" -Lyle McCracken

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