WABI 2.0 divide-by-zero Error?

WABI 2.0 divide-by-zero Error?

Post by Alan Piszc » Thu, 05 Oct 1995 04:00:00

When attempting to run an install for MicroSoft Office
WABI 2.0 is displaying a Divide-By-Zero error dialog.

Has anyone ran into this problem and know a solution?
I did not find any related information on SUN WABI site.



1. Linux Divide by zero error when running "ps u" 1.3.77

I upgraded my server from kernel 1.2.8 to 1.3.77 to
take advantage of the IPaliasing.  Ihave run into
two problems. See if you know the answers.

I installed slakware 3.0 and upgraded the kernel to 1.3.77
inorder to get the ELF binary libraries and GCC.

Problem 1:
Whenever I run "ps u" I get a divide by zero error.
howvwer, ps with any other options works fine.  

problem 2:
I created a program that makes a database with passwords in it.
Whenever I compile the old prgram with the new GCC the passwords
aren't recognized.  However, if I compile the program on a
machine with Slakware 2.3 (kernel 1.2.8) and transfer it over ,
the program works fine.  Is there differnces in how ELF and aout
organize data structures? Or is there a way to force
the GCC to compile using the A.out format instead of ELF.

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