Bill Gradwohl wrote:
It may not have been the kernel directly, but clib or one of the other
O/S components.

Think about it, Something changed on your box and you're segfaulting.
That's exactly what happened to me and it was O/S related. Had nothing
to do with vpopmail.

Well, it wasn't the kernel, and it also wasn't glibc. I upgraded to a newer /bin/login, could that have anything to do with it?

Regardless, it seems like no user-facing tools should ever segfault.



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