From: Doug Rabson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
I also get random segfaults and ICEs on my dual 1900+ system with recent current. It certainly isn't hardware problems since older kernels work very nicely. I haven't got around to trying to diagnose what is causing it yet though. I was planning to try disabling a few things like SSE, PSE etc and see if I could improve things. My kernel is dated from 1 October (I did try a bit later than that but those ones just paniced all over themselves, very messy).
I've been seeing those on my laptop (PII-700 in an HP Omnibook 6000). What I did find is that if I disable SSE (options CPU_DISABLE_SSE) then I can build without issue. I haven't had to disable anything else.
Credit for this goes to somebody else on the list (don't remember who) who said it worked for them.
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