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Re: Compiler errors...



In message <Pine.GSO.3.96.980530181510.20915A-100000@hobbes>,
	Josh Lynch writes:
>Many times when I'm compiling a big program, the compiler dies with a
>signal 11:
>
>gcc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11
>
>When I start to compile again it goes fine until it dies again. It seems
>to do it randomly.
>
>I ran into this a long time ago with linux 0.99 or around there on my old
>486. It had somthing to do with the memory timin or something? I've tried
>playing with the timings, and I have disabled Video and BIOS shadow ram,
>and it still does this. I'm using Openbsd 2.3, the dmesg output is
>below. (sorry about the length of this message)
[...]

>cpu0: Intel Pentium/MMX ("GenuineIntel" 586-class) 188 MHz

Try spinning down your processor to 166Mhz.  You're overclocking it, aren't
you?

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