I had a Linux Slackware installation, the one obtainable
by ftp from sunsite.unc.edu in Oct./Nov. '95 (Slackware 3.1?).
I.e., kernel 1.2.13, libc.so.5.0.9, libm.so.5.0.0, ld.so.1.7.3,
Recently I upgraded to kernel 2.0.30, libc.so.5.4.33, libm.so.5.0.9,
ld(-linux).so.1.8.10. The links and file placements are correct
according to the ELF-HOWTO. However, I have kept the*version
from the previous installation, including dvips.
And when I now runs dvips, it says:
This is dvipsk 5.58a (and so on)
Rebooting with the old kernel, however, I can still use the old
dvips (although of course other things like the new modules do not
work with the old kernel).
And can I do anything to avoid the segfault, other than installing
:) Ingjald Finjord