From what I remember, sig 11 errors are memory related. If you have dodgy RAM
or have mixed two different kinds of SIMMs/DIMMs together this can happen. A
quick look on Google for "signal 11" will reveal a lot of results from the
Kernel mailing list (and other sources), mostly about memory problems. Is
this an old machine or a new one? Would it be using DIMMS or SIMMS?
On 14-Feb-01 Thomas Dixon/DUB/Lotus wrote:
After partitioning RH 7.0 falls over at the start of the install. As soon
as he try's to start the install he is getting an error " Install
terminated abnormally at signal 11 " any ideas what happening here. Is it
some thing to do with the partition, any information will be of help
tdixon at lotus.com
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Date: 14-Feb-01, 10:20:15
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