>When I attempt to post to newsgroups with rtin I get the following message:
> rtin: signal handler caught signal SIGSEGV(11)
>and then it dies (return to the $ prompt).
>What does this mean?
>What is SIGSEGV(11)?
>I am clueless.
>Thanks in advance
I don't use rtin, and I don't know anything about it specifically. But
when a process under Unix accesses a portion of memory that
it isn't supposed to, it causes a Segmentation Violation. That causes
the kernel to send the SIGSEGV signal to that process. It may or
may not trap the signal. In this case, rtin seems to be trapping the
signal, but then exiting immediately.
Why rtin would be generating a segmentation violation, I don't know ...