--- Comment #2 from Don <> 2011-03-03 23:46:40 PST ---
Some further detail: 0xF4, the HLT opcode, is a privileged instruction; it
doesn't actually get executed. Instead, a Privileged Instruction hardware
exception is raised. I would expect Linux to turn this into SIGILL. So I would
expect an exit code of 132, if nothing is done to process it. There is no way
it should give a SEGV.

On Windows, druntime checks the offending instruction, and if it is HLT, it is
identified as a runtime assert(0).

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