It looks like you're getting a bus error. The most usual way this happens
with the 68K family is a memory address that isn't word or longword
aligned. That could be the result of a bad compile, link, or download.
On the otherhand, since you're the only one getting it, I'd suspect
some sort of hardware glitch.
On Mon, 17 Jul 2000, Alex Perry wrote:
> Here is an interaction between me and the ucsimm,
> which I find really puzzling. It isn't hurting me,
> but is mildly inconvenient. Note that this is still
> the old (first CDROM) kernel, since I cannot use
> the network with the new kernel version (yet).
> # cat /bin/rcnfs
> # This is on GUNTRACK
> /bin/mount -t nfs 10.10.1.61:/opt/usr /usr
> exit 0
> # /bin/rcnfs
> Bus error
> # sh /bin/rcnfs
> # cp /usr/qm770 /var
> # umount /usr
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