I don't really know what to say/ask...
I try to run a binary a friend gave me, and I get this:
I've never seen, or heard of a Bus Error before.. If anyone knows anything, please help me.
So what kind of application is server? Not enough information, the error isn't specific enough. Have you asked your friend who gave you the program?
Please let me excel, now that I for once have a chance. :) I think that Chu is running Linux on something other than an x86 machine. Is that correct?
A bus error is when you try to access 32 bit data that is not aligned on 4 byte boundaries. Some CPUs refuse to do that, but not an x86. An x86 machine will read the 4 bytes but in two consecutive fetches from RAM.
In short; this is a program error similar to a "Segmentation Fault".
Martin (with a wise guy face)
a-ha! i got a bus error on my solaris machine yday. it was cos of a for loop (so check your loops) i had written which was trying to go beyond the limits(indexes) i had set. ask your friend to check that, or send u the src? so, as martinn said, its akin to a segmentation fault - ur trying to access mem you shouldnt.
Well it seems that the problem was:
The binary was on an FTP I started downloading the binary, but I cancelled it half-way through.
I tried to run the half-downloaded version and got the Bus Error.
I later went back and downloaded the full binary and it works fine.
Sorry I didn't state my standing very well.
Thanks for the answers :)
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