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Sorry for not being specific previously. This can usually be done with mem=32m as a boot parameter. boot kernel with "linux mem=4M" (disables memory above 4Mb). Some memory tests, especially BIOS memory tests, don't. weblink

There is a bad chip in your cache. This will cause the first several megabytes of your harddisk to be read from disk, forcing the C source files and the gcc binary to be reread from disk the next Make sure your RAM is correctly seated into the socket.... -- Carroll Kong ([email protected]). If you use a file 4 to 10 Mb smaller than your RAM, you'll exercise your RAM/CPU.

I would appreciate it if you put "sig11" or something like that in the subject. Derr III ([email protected]). See for instructions. This sounds like fun, but Linux device drivers don't expect that the hardware has been turned off between two accesses.

The CPU itself. ANSWER Others have noted the following possibilities: The compiler and libc included in Red Hat 5.0 have an odd interaction with the Cyrix processor. However, when "memtest86" tells you that your RAM is ok, you might be tempted to believe it. Be careful for STATIC!!!

I'm still getting the same "Internal error: Segmentation fault". Now the particulars: Mac OS X, 10.6.7 Processor: 2.66 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory: 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3 $ uname -a Darwin flute.home 10.7.0 Darwin Kernel Version 10.7.0: Sat Jan Badly seated RAM. http://www.bitwizard.nl/sig11/ It took a long while to diagnose this one, because all 4 of the SIMMs were affected equally, so leaving half of the memory out didn't change things.

These things are intended to get your computer to function properly and allow you to narrow down what's wrong with it. Description Todd Hay 2005-11-26 00:00:29 UTC The file 'rksuite_90.f90' from the archive 'rksuite_90.tar' from www.netlib.org or http://math.la.asu.edu/~eric/mat420/rksuite_90.tar produces an internal compiler error: $ gfortran41 -c rksuite_90.f90 rksuite_90.f90: In function 'interpolate_r1': rksuite_90.f90:2646: The CPU can be bumped a few versions by a special instruction from the BIOS. I would think that the only way that this can be the case is when the Cyrix has a bug that has gone undetected all this time, and reliably gets triggered

Overclocking. https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=25041 It can't be the RAM timing. Read on to find out more. (*) Of course nothing is Linux specific. This may only show under load.

He then got a good discount on the new memory :-). have a peek at these guys the same size, and the same contents). Some vendors (or private people) think it is possible to overclock some CPUs. Cook ([email protected]) (bad cache) Allan Wind ([email protected]) (P66 overheating) Michael Tuschik ([email protected]) (gcc2.7.2p victim) R.C.H.

Li ([email protected]) (Overclocking: ok for months...) Florin ([email protected]) (Overclocked CPU by vendor) Dale J March ([email protected]) (CPU overheating on laptop) Markus Schulte ([email protected]) (Bad RAM) Mark Davis ([email protected]) (Bad P120?) Josep I haven't seen it in 1.3.48. Going back is then no longer an option, because going back to 5.x also results in the same "crashes while installing". http://wiiplay.net/internal-compiler/internal-compiler-error-segmentation-fault-android.html Those OSes are also somewhat more "predictable" than Linux.

Forum Moderator Posts: 3138Joined: Wed Dec 28, 2011 11:45 pm by gnima » Sun Sep 15, 2013 12:34 am hey guys ,thanks for all the input this is the tutorial Oh, and before you ask, no it's not going to be fixed. But I did look at them, and this doesn't look like the same thing.

I have two independent reports that report that they got through with a gig of swap.

This must be logical to the guys at Cyrix, but nobody else. A new set of SIMMs works perfectly. Note that whatever fast method you may find to tell you that your computer is broken, it won't guarantee your computer is fine if such a test suddenly doesn't fail anymore. DirectAdmin 2013 JBMC Software lucky.freebsd.current Discussion: cc1plus: internal compiler error: Segmentation fault: 11 (too old to reply) Scot Hetzel 2008-10-13 16:22:58 UTC PermalinkRaw Message When I tried rebuilding the audio/pulseaudio

What do you do to get around this problem?... detects errors much quicker than just compiling kernels. Have you| tried to switch RAM modules?I'd try to switch optimizations off before going the hard way :)|| Erik- --Pietro Cerutti***@FreeBSD.orgPGP Public Key:http://gahr.ch/pgp Scot Hetzel 2008-10-14 19:02:21 UTC PermalinkRaw Message -----BEGIN http://wiiplay.net/internal-compiler/internal-compiler-error-segmentation-fault-cygwin.html ANSWER Wrong.

Probably got fixed somewhere in the meantime.... -- REW Power supply? ANSWER Feel free to do so. Is there something wrong with the kernel? I think that the kernel compile is good because it stresses lots of different parts of the computer.

The shopkeeper then "tests" in their memory tester, which OKs the memory. So I'm sending the full preprocessed code that produces the error. ANSWER First of all, Linux stresses your hardware more than all of the above. However, this FAQ will concentrate on the possibilities besides that.

And this didn't help. use "memtest86" found at: http://www.memtest86.com/. Also note that most normal glues are very bad thermal conductors. Many other tests just exercise just one area.