Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 161171
ls -l command produces segmentation fault
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:08 EST
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Description of problem:
The ls command serV's when I execute ls -l. If I execute ls or ls -R I'm okay. This behavior occurs as both a regular user and root.
I recently installed FC3-I386 on an INTEL CELERON (COMPAQ 5008US)
80 MHZ and about 380 ram.
I pulled the ISO's from redhat and checked them before I installed.
After install, I pulled lots of updates from the updater, although not all of them. I got what looked like all of the OS related ones.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open a terminal window
2.Execute ls -l
It's really 800 MHZ.
Can't reproduce this.
Please obtain a stack trace (see http://fedora.linux.duke.edu/wiki/StackTraces)
and attach it here.
I went to run GDB with the ls -l command and to my surprise the command works.
I now get an output from ls -l. Since I'm certain that I was getting a seg V
before, I suspect that a problem still exists which makes this issue
intermittent. When it happens again I will produce a stack trace and attach it
to the case.
Thanks so much for you help.
Please re-open if you see this again.