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    Linux CentOS Woes!

    Hello,

    I thought I'd share a funny story with you all that happens to be true. There are two people conversing back and forth via eMails.

    • Jerry A. Taylor -- City Manager of Tuttle, Oklahoma
    • Johnny Hughes -- CentOS 4 Lead Developer

    It turns into a pretty heated situation and I'll leave it up to the reader to enjoy the conversation and all the accusations.

    Article: CentOS in the News : It's L-i-n-u-x, that is an Operating System


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    Segmentation Fault: I am an error in which a running program attempts to access memory not allocated to it and core dumps with a segmentation violation error. This is often caused by improper usage of pointers, attempts to access a non-existent or read-only physical memory address, re-use of memory if freed within the same scope, de-referencing a null pointer, or (in C) inadvertently using a non-pointer variable as a pointer.

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    That's gold, Jerry, gold!
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    I love stupid people. Oh Where the heck have you been stacker?
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    @prog-bman: Real busy to say the least. I remembered this site just about a week ago and said "Hey, let me go there and post again". Heh. Hope to see you all around!
    Segmentation Fault: I am an error in which a running program attempts to access memory not allocated to it and core dumps with a segmentation violation error. This is often caused by improper usage of pointers, attempts to access a non-existent or read-only physical memory address, re-use of memory if freed within the same scope, de-referencing a null pointer, or (in C) inadvertently using a non-pointer variable as a pointer.

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