#74 Segfault occurs any command is executed

segfault
closed-works-for-me
clisp (525)
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2002-01-07
2001-11-27
Anonymous
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OS: RedHat 7.0
Kernel version: 2.2.16-22

After clisp is started and the command prompt is
visible, when I type any command the program exits
with a core dump:

**-handle_falut error2 ! address=0x130A97 not in
[0x202A8000, 0x2036C944)! SIGSEGV cannot not be
curred. Fault address=0x130A97
segmentation fault (core dump)

Then I ran:
gdb -c core clisp

Core was generated
by '/usr/local/lib/clisp/base/lisp.rn -
B /usr/..../base -M /usr/local/lib/cl'.

Program terminated with signal 11, segmentation fault.
#0 0x401ad042 in ?? ()

I followed the installation instructions

email: brownology@yahoo.com

Discussion

  • Sam Steingold

    Sam Steingold - 2001-11-27

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    this is the standard request for more information.
    1. what is your platform? ("uname -a" on a Unix system)
    compiler version? libc (on Linux)?
    2. where did you get the sources? when?
    (absolute dates are prefered over the relative ones)
    3. how did you build CLISP? (what command, options &c)
    please do a clean build (remove your build directory and
    build CLISP with "./configure --build build" or at least
    do a "make clean" before "make")
    4. if you are using pre-built binaries, the problem is likely
    to be in the incompatibilities between the platform on which
    the binary was built and yours;
    please try compiling the sources.
    5. what is the output of (lisp-implementation-version)?
    6. what is the value of *features*?
    7. please supply the full output (copy and paste)
    of all the error messages.
    If you cannot build CLISP, you can obviously skip 4 and 5,
    but then you should provide more information in 1.
    Thanks.

     
  • Sam Steingold

    Sam Steingold - 2002-01-07
    • status: open --> closed-works-for-me
     

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