On Thu, 2006-06-15 at 17:24 +0200, Manuzhai wrote: > 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? It was something on your box, and you'll have to figure out what it was that changed.
You can follow the bugzilla report I submitted for clues as to what to look for. All I know is that I YUM updated my FC4 system and the problem went away. I didn't care to look to see what component was actually at fault. I don't really care. For me it must have been a kernel or related package because when I down graded to an older kernel, the problem also went away. It was only with the most recent kernel at the time and possibly whatever it drags in that the problem manifested itself. After another kernel upgrade, the problem disappeared. > Regardless, it seems like no user-facing tools should ever segfault. Agreed. But by the same logic, NOTHING should ever fail. If by user facing tools, you mean a vpopmail component, you must remember that vpopmail like most applications uses libraries of object modules for a good portion of its functionality. Those libraries sometimes evolve to contain a bug of some sort, and then vpopmail inherits the problem. -- Bill Gradwohl