I get the same Segmentation fault when I try to run dmesg. I'm using the
bash shell. Oddly enough I can run sh though. Another odd thing if I try
to use cat with bash I get:
-bash: cat: command not found
but I get this if I run cat from sh:
cat: no such device or address
Quoting Rus Foster <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > Hello I have a remote machine running FreeBSD 4.8 that runs my
> > radio station (http://www.itsallgoodradio.com) and it has gone wacky.
> > will be several hours before anyone can get to it to reboot it. I
> > ssh login prompt that is still live, but anytime I try to execute a
> > command I get either a Segmentation Fault or if I try to "su" I get an
> > Abort trap. If I try to ssh into it now I get:
> > ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host
> OK can you run dmesg at all? I guess you can. Which shell are you
> as you might be able to use some of the builtin commands
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