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    core dumped error 139

    hii
    i am running some program on my pc (OS ubuntu-12.10 32 bit) most of programs are giving error mentioned below,i have tried ulimit -s and etc but it is not working also backtrace by gdb says for example (gdb) frame 14: no registers or no stack ,i am not able to solve the problem ,how can i short it out this problem please tell me

    Thanks in advance

    Program received signal SIGSEGV: Segmentation fault - invalid memory reference.

    Backtrace for this error:

    #0 0xB6B91C8B

    #1 0xB6B922DC

    #2 0xB77CB3FF

    #3 0xB6DC9106

    #4 0xB6C96A3B

    #5 0xB6C9984B

    #6 0xB6C99DB2

    #7 0xB6C9984B

    #8 0xB6D3BE45

    #9 0x81D14F8 in __fft_scalar_MOD_cfft3d at fft_scalar.f90:1353

    #10 0x81CEE8F in invfft_x_ at fft_interfaces.f90:154

    #11 0x8101105 in atomic_rho_ at atomic_rho.f90:150

    #12 0x809258F in potinit_ at potinit.f90:123

    #13 0x8060145 in init_run_ at init_run.f90:99

    #14 0x804AE54 in pwscf at pwscf.f90:139

    Segmentation fault (core dumped)

    Error condition encountered during test: exit status = 139

    Aborting
    Last edited by annik; April 14th, 2013 at 06:35 PM.

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    Re: core dumped error 139

    Most programs do that? Then I would run memtest86+ from the GRUB menu and let it run for a few hours. If it gives errors, it means the problem is in your memory and/or mobo.

    HTH

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    Re: core dumped error 139

    i did as u told,but there is no error in memory and the problem is still same

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