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Re: [SLUG] What does "Segmentation fault core dumped" mean
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- Subject: Re: [SLUG] What does "Segmentation fault core dumped" mean
- From: Jobst Schmalenbach <jobst@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri Jul 20 10:42:01 2001
- Organization: Barrett Consulting Group Pty Ltd
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On Fri, Jul 20, 2001 at 10:06:52AM +1000, Jill Rowling (Rowling@xxxxxxxxxx) wrote:
> We actually have some core memory in a cupboard here that someone has kept
> for the ferrite beads.
> Gorgeous stuff really, I can just imagine a production line of little
> Mexican ladies knitting away...
When I read this I "saw" this little things throwing the beads through
the wire mesh, making this 1/2 tonne frames holding the
unbearable amount of 500kb!
Reminds me of Monash Uni. We had this area full of this stuff;
amongst the "computer" which now stands in the science works down
in Williams town (Monash donated that thing).
Some of those memory (frames like 2mx2m) were holding less then
the bloody electronic door opener for my car.
> Guess a core dump isn't exactly thought of as throwing the storage medium
I wonder whether the electronic door key could do a core dump and
iff what THAT would look like.....
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