OS: Red Hat Linux 7.0, kernel 2.2.16, XFree86 4.0.1,
mostly in the configuration delivered by Red Hat. Gnome
desktop 1.2.1 with sawfish WM 0.30.3.
nedit 5.1.1-4.70.1, installed via rpm. Never
experienced any nedit problems before.
System: Celeron 300 MHz, 128 MByte RAM, ATI Mach64
Other processes running: Gnome terminal program, remote
xterm from another machine, Netscape Communicator 4.77.
Very low load (< 0.1), CPU 95% idle, modest memory load
(19 MByte swap file, about half of RAM used by buffers
3 instances of nedit are running; the first has opened
2 files, the second 1 file, the third is started with 2
files. All files are regular text files, length between
4 and 17 kByte. When trying to print one of the two
files of the 3rd nedit instance (either with Ctrl-P or
via "file" menu), the process crashes repeatedly with a
core dump. When finishing one of the two other nedit
instances before printing, everything works fine
core dump is available when needed (> 2 megs)