Removed the optimization (-O3), pushed the stack up to 0x100000, added gdb
debugging (-ggdb), recompiled, reran, and then inspected the core to find
the following:

[EMAIL PROTECTED]> gdb -c core -s ../../Python-2.4/python
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Core was generated by `python'.
Program terminated with signal 10, Bus error.
#0  list_repr (v=0x0) at Objects/listobject.c:336
336                     s = PyObject_Repr(v->ob_item[i]);
(gdb) quit

Any ideas how a null pointer could get passed in to list_repr(PyListObject
*v)?  Maybe a failed malloc?  Not sure how to take this further.

sjcurt02 wrote:
> Found the answer to the stack question here:
> $ configure
> $ make
> ...
> Unfortunately, it did not solve my problem.  Still looking though.
> Thanks,
> Steve
> <snip/>

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