On Mon, 15 Apr 1996, Sean P. Mountcastle wrote: > Can someone plz let me know what the gdb means when it gives me > the message: > > where > #0 0x6001489e in _end () > #1 0x15c820 in buf () > #2 0x77d000 in _end () > #3 0x535604ec in _end () > Cannot access memory at address 0x83e58955. > (gdb) quit > > I think the game tried to access invalid memory, and got a > segmentation violation, but this seems to be happening quite often. Any > ideas what can be causing this? Over-flowing a string? Uh. You use function pointers? Do you compile with debug info on? (-g) I can't really think of anything else... Have fun :) Gekke Eekhoorn of BUG.
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