On Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 12:13:07PM -0600, Jack J. Woehr wrote:
> Sol??ne Rapenne wrote:
> > Do you have messages like "seamonkey W^X violation" in dmesg log ?
> Seamonkey loads and runs for a moment. Then "Segmentation fault (core 
> dumped)".
> Dmesg: "seamonkey(89184): mmap W^X violation"
> > If so, is your /usr/local mountpoint mounted with wxallowed ?
> Yes. Or, more accurately, I only have one label "a" mounted as / and that is 
> wxallowed.

Jack, I can think of only two possible reasons for this problem.

1.  You are running a kernel which is beyond 6.0-release (such as a -current 
    and you are running with an out-of-sync package (such as 6.0-release). [1]

2.  You are not actually running with wxallowed enabled.

I can only guess, of course, but I'll guess reason number 1.

[1] http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq15.html#NoFun

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