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I have a new Redhat 9 system that sometimes gives problems at shutdown time. If this happens it will not boot up again beyond the "Interactive mode Y/N" point. (nasty!) At shutdown I get TERM signal then /etc/rc.d/rc: line 68 18723 segmentation fault egrep -q "(killproc | action)" $i. Sometimes shutdown works fine.
I wonder if it is related to remote X logins or webmin? Any advice welcome - Sandy

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by gybass In reply to Segmentation fault

You have some bad RAM. Change out your RAM and that should solve your problem.

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Eventually this PC stopped working. Ram was removed and replaced again (same RAM) the system has been working for 10 days perfectly. Thanks
PS with 4 x 512Mb RAM the BIOS can only see 3.8Gb is this usual?

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