segmentation fault with 1.3.40, nmbd 1.2.13-1.3.40

segmentation fault with 1.3.40, nmbd 1.2.13-1.3.40

Post by Jonathan S. O » Thu, 16 Nov 1995 04:00:00



I got the Slackware 3.0.0 release and started my system using a
precomiled 1.2.13 kernel.  I compiled kernel 1.3.40 for use, but there
are several programs (i.e., Netscape, all versions) that output
"Segmentation Fault" when they are run.  dmesg shows:
general protection: 0000
CPU:    0
EIP:    0010:0101a581
EFLAGS: 00010246
eax: 50ffff72   ebx: 0000002b   ecx: 00000000   edx: 00000090
esi: 0000560c   edi: 0000572c   ebp: 00000003   esp: 0058df4c
ds: 0018   es: 0018   fs: 002b   gs: 002b   ss: 0018
Process netscape (pid: 3913, process nr: 29, stackpage=0058d000)
Stack: 01020e40 fffffff8 00000003 00000001 00755c0c 08051208 0804e3e0 00000001
       001c0aa0 00000202 0012566f 006a8000 00000000 0011bfca 006a8000 006a8000
       00000000 00000000 00000003 006a8000 001235d0 001b9156 0012361a 00000003
Call Trace: 01020e40 0012566f 0011bfca 001235d0 0012361a 0010a209
Code: 8b 48 20 89 8e 08 01 00 00 c7 86 1c 01 00 00 49 d6 01 01 31

This is on a Pentium/90 with Intel Triton chipset, 8MB RAM, 3 PCI slots,
Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM PCI, SMC EtherPower PCI.  Does anyone know
why this happens?  When I reload my 1.2.13 kernels, that problem
disappears.

Also, in all kernels I have run (1.2.13 and 1.3.40) on this Pentium, I get
a continual message in /var/log/messages about every 5 minutes:
Nov 14 18:50:18 engr109 inetd[39]: /usr/sbin/nmbd: exit status 0x1
Nov 14 18:50:20 engr109 last message repeated 2 times

There is no /usr/sbin/nmbd and I have never heard of it.  Do you guys
know what causes this?


 
 
 

segmentation fault with 1.3.40, nmbd 1.2.13-1.3.40

Post by Ted Deppn » Fri, 17 Nov 1995 04:00:00



Quote:>Also, in all kernels I have run (1.2.13 and 1.3.40) on this Pentium, I get
>a continual message in /var/log/messages about every 5 minutes:
>Nov 14 18:50:18 engr109 inetd[39]: /usr/sbin/nmbd: exit status 0x1
>Nov 14 18:50:20 engr109 last message repeated 2 times

>There is no /usr/sbin/nmbd and I have never heard of it.  Do you guys
>know what causes this?

There's a Win95 machine on your local network looking for a browse master.
Get Samba if you like, or edit the /etc/inetd.conf to take out that daemon.

--
Ted Deppner


 
 
 

segmentation fault with 1.3.40, nmbd 1.2.13-1.3.40

Post by Ted Deppn » Fri, 24 Nov 1995 04:00:00





>: I got the Slackware 3.0.0 release and started my system using a
>: precomiled 1.2.13 kernel.  I compiled kernel 1.3.40 for use, but there
>: are several programs (i.e., Netscape, all versions) that output
>: "Segmentation Fault" when they are run.  dmesg shows:
>: general protection: 0000
>: CPU:    0
>: EIP:    0010:0101a581
>: EFLAGS: 00010246
>: eax: 50ffff72   ebx: 0000002b   ecx: 00000000   edx: 00000090
>: esi: 0000560c   edi: 0000572c   ebp: 00000003   esp: 0058df4c
>: ds: 0018   es: 0018   fs: 002b   gs: 002b   ss: 0018
>: Process netscape (pid: 3913, process nr: 29, stackpage=0058d000)
>: Stack: 01020e40 fffffff8 00000003 00000001 00755c0c 08051208 0804e3e0 00000001
>:        001c0aa0 00000202 0012566f 006a8000 00000000 0011bfca 006a8000 006a8000
>:        00000000 00000000 00000003 006a8000 001235d0 001b9156 0012361a 00000003
>: Call Trace: 01020e40 0012566f 0011bfca 001235d0 0012361a 0010a209
>: Code: 8b 48 20 89 8e 08 01 00 00 c7 86 1c 01 00 00 49 d6 01 01 31

>Same as me. but Slack 2.3 and lin 1.3.27 . All Progs from uu* family and sendmail
>produce Seg.faults. Im just seeking for solutions.

I had a problem with in.timed when I moved to 1.3.40.  upgrading the libc and
libm libraries from minor 26 to minor 27 fixed it.

Quote:>: This is on a Pentium/90 with Intel Triton chipset, 8MB RAM, 3 PCI slots,
>: Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM PCI, SMC EtherPower PCI.  Does anyone know
>: why this happens?  When I reload my 1.2.13 kernels, that problem
>: disappears.

>: Also, in all kernels I have run (1.2.13 and 1.3.40) on this Pentium, I get
>: a continual message in /var/log/messages about every 5 minutes:
>: Nov 14 18:50:18 engr109 inetd[39]: /usr/sbin/nmbd: exit status 0x1
>: Nov 14 18:50:20 engr109 last message repeated 2 times

You have a Win95 user somewhere on your network ( or Samba ) who is broadcast
a request for a "browse master" computer.  it's safe to ignore, though you
will probably want to comment out the inetd.conf line for it.

>: There is no /usr/sbin/nmbd and I have never heard of it.  Do you guys
>: know what causes this?

>I think, nmdb is part of the samba package. Look in /etc/inetd.conf. Perhapst you have
>to comment out a line or two. (smdb and nmdb).


>Uli

--
Ted Deppner

 
 
 

segmentation fault with 1.3.40, nmbd 1.2.13-1.3.40

Post by Uli Schulze-Eyssi » Fri, 24 Nov 1995 04:00:00



: I got the Slackware 3.0.0 release and started my system using a
: precomiled 1.2.13 kernel.  I compiled kernel 1.3.40 for use, but there
: are several programs (i.e., Netscape, all versions) that output
: "Segmentation Fault" when they are run.  dmesg shows:
: general protection: 0000
: CPU:    0
: EIP:    0010:0101a581
: EFLAGS: 00010246
: eax: 50ffff72   ebx: 0000002b   ecx: 00000000   edx: 00000090
: esi: 0000560c   edi: 0000572c   ebp: 00000003   esp: 0058df4c
: ds: 0018   es: 0018   fs: 002b   gs: 002b   ss: 0018
: Process netscape (pid: 3913, process nr: 29, stackpage=0058d000)
: Stack: 01020e40 fffffff8 00000003 00000001 00755c0c 08051208 0804e3e0 00000001
:        001c0aa0 00000202 0012566f 006a8000 00000000 0011bfca 006a8000 006a8000
:        00000000 00000000 00000003 006a8000 001235d0 001b9156 0012361a 00000003
: Call Trace: 01020e40 0012566f 0011bfca 001235d0 0012361a 0010a209
: Code: 8b 48 20 89 8e 08 01 00 00 c7 86 1c 01 00 00 49 d6 01 01 31

Same as me. but Slack 2.3 and lin 1.3.27 . All Progs from uu* family and sendmail
produce Seg.faults. Im just seeking for solutions.

: This is on a Pentium/90 with Intel Triton chipset, 8MB RAM, 3 PCI slots,
: Diamond Stealth 64 DRAM PCI, SMC EtherPower PCI.  Does anyone know
: why this happens?  When I reload my 1.2.13 kernels, that problem
: disappears.

: Also, in all kernels I have run (1.2.13 and 1.3.40) on this Pentium, I get
: a continual message in /var/log/messages about every 5 minutes:
: Nov 14 18:50:18 engr109 inetd[39]: /usr/sbin/nmbd: exit status 0x1
: Nov 14 18:50:20 engr109 last message repeated 2 times

: There is no /usr/sbin/nmbd and I have never heard of it.  Do you guys
: know what causes this?

I think, nmdb is part of the samba package. Look in /etc/inetd.conf. Perhapst you have
to comment out a line or two. (smdb and nmdb).


Uli

------------------------------------------------------------------
Uli Schulze-Eyssing

 
 
 

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