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Re: [Question #670374]: segmentation fault (core dumped)
Question #670374 on Yade changed:
Anton Gladky proposed the following answer:
My 2 cts. "core dumped" just means that Yade-process crashed and the
operating system has recorded the state of the memory before the crash,
which can be helpful for Post-Mortem analyze.
If you used the Yade, shipped with the Ubuntu, and you can provide this
core file it is possible to try to understand the reason of the crash, using
2018-06-21 18:27 GMT+02:00 Bruno Chareyre
> Question #670374 on Yade changed:
> Status: Open => Answered
> Bruno Chareyre proposed the following answer:
> Please note that "segmentation fault (core dumped)" is a very common yet hardly informative error message.
> So basically what we know is that you have ubuntu 18.04 on a computer and a problem with "a" script. Obviously a bit short to guess anything.
> Please read , especially point 6.
> Also, you may have better luck with the yadedaily package since "yade" is stable package and is usually a bit old.
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