On Sat, 18 Oct 2003 17:31:35 PDT, ned <nd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> said: > can't reproduce this on anything other than redhat 7.1 although procmail > will segfault when a ctrl-c is passed on mandrake. > procmail has a very obvious signal handling problem. RedHat 7.1 shipped procmail 3.14. Current is 3.22. I don't have a 3.14 handy, but there's at least 3 things I've spotted in the HISTORY file that may be applicable and explain why you can't reproduce it on other systems. 1) Does the system have a /etc/procmailrc, and if so, what's in it? There's a fix for LASTFOLDER getting set on '?' tests incorrectly, but triggering that bug would require at least one procmailrc file being read (and $HOME/.procmailrc isn't available according to the output). 2) What is this 'LD_PRELOAD=./libd.so.1', and are you positive that it's not the cause of the problem? Is the problem reproducible without preloading your own libraries? 3) It's a *LOT* easier to comment if the gdb output includes a 'where', as that will do a stack backtrace and give us a HUGE hint as to where the problem lies.
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