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Old 07-21-2017, 02:17 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by vivek singh chauhan1 View Post
my program compile safe of packet sniff

half program run safe and then...


segment fault(core dumped) stop the program
Hi,

Are you the originator of this thread? Did you create a new username? It would help to know for clarity where I can close your duplicate thread and keep discussion limited to a single thread.

Whether you are the OP or not, please check my reply: #14 to give feedback about how to analyze core files.

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