I am running Redhat 4.2 (2.0.30) and I get this when I try to boot up the server. This suddenly started; new machine, well has been running ok for a week; Pentium 166 w/ 32meg of EDO ram, SCSI Adaptec 2940, scsi 2gig hard disk, scsi cd, scsi tape drive, digi board PC/8e.
This error is shown after INIT starts:
INIT: version 2.64 booting
INIT: PANIC: segmentation violation! giving up..
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