On Wed, 26 Apr 2000, Matthew Jacob wrote:

> Umm- doubt it, but I'll check. This system has been fine for the last 18
> months and runs everything else just peachy.

Sudden SIGSEGVs are almost always the result of failed memory.  The fact
that the machine worked fine for 18 months doesn't mean anything.  Replace
the memory and your problems will likely go away.  If they don't, it's
likely that the problem is cooling, processor cache, or a bad motherboard
memory bus.


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