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Old 04-08-2019, 02:11 PM   #31
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this is identical to post #25.
see post #26 and don't forget about post #28.
I used both https://pastebin.com/vfaJGvsY
 
Old 04-08-2019, 02:23 PM   #32
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that is now much better. What I found is:
1. there is a SIGSEGV, which could have been used to go further, but unfortunately
2. the beginning of that strace log is missing (you only posted the last 9200 lines).
Please retry and try to post the complete file.

you can use wc -l /tmp/ilspy.strace to print the number of lines of that file.
But remember perhaps you need to generate it again, most probably it was/will automatically deleted when you reboot your host.
 
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Old 04-08-2019, 03:03 PM   #33
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that is now much better. What I found is:
1. there is a SIGSEGV, which could have been used to go further, but unfortunately
2. the beginning of that strace log is missing (you only posted the last 9200 lines).
Please retry and try to post the complete file.

you can use wc -l /tmp/ilspy.strace to print the number of lines of that file.
But remember perhaps you need to generate it again, most probably it was/will automatically deleted when you reboot your host.
https://pastebin.com/JcxnurnL For some reason I cannot get the complete file. I used the first 2 lines only as reference. When I run
Code:
user@debian:~$ cat  /tmp/ilspy.strace
I get an incomplete file.
 
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yes, because your terminal cannot handle it. I don't know what kind of terminal you have, but you need to set properties to be able to handle 10 thousand or even more lines.
Just to understand: we know (reading your last trace) the SIGSEGV occurred in process 8646, but we have no idea how it was started (what is it), because that part is missing.

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Old 04-08-2019, 03:45 PM   #35
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yes, because your terminal cannot handle it. I don't know what kind of terminal you have, but you need to set properties to be able to handle 10 thousand or even more lines.
Just to understand: we know (reading your last trace) the SIGSEGV occurred in process 8646, but we have no idea how it was started (what is it), because that part is missing.
On MATE terminal and GNOME terminal (It looked like you might be using GNOME or MATE from your screenshots), if you choose edit -> profile preferences, then click on the Scrolling tab. You will see a check box that lets you set your terminal to support an unlimited number of lines.

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Old 04-09-2019, 03:07 PM   #36
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yes, because your terminal cannot handle it. I don't know what kind of terminal you have, but you need to set properties to be able to handle 10 thousand or even more lines.
Just to understand: we know (reading your last trace) the SIGSEGV occurred in process 8646, but we have no idea how it was started (what is it), because that part is missing.
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On MATE terminal and GNOME terminal (It looked like you might be using GNOME or MATE from your screenshots), if you choose edit -> profile preferences, then click on the Scrolling tab. You will see a check box that lets you set your terminal to support an unlimited number of lines.
https://ufile.io/t99qu https://ufile.io/orto1 https://ufile.io/yqock I could not post them as attachments. The files were too large. I am using GNOME

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