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Re: /usr/bin/python has crashed message



On Tue, 3 Jun 2003, Sylvester C. Harvey wrote:

> Hi all,
> 
> I have noticed, and I don't remember when it started with all the kernel
> changes we've had, but anyway, I get the following message when I
> shutdown Linux sometimes: "/usr/bin/python has crashed segmentation
> fault".  I have 4 python versions in that directory.  There is python,
> python 1.5, python 2, and python 2.2.  My question is, should I rename
> the current executing "python" to something else and create a soft link
> to one of the other versions?  Has anyone experienced this?

  First of all, make sure you're using the latest rpms. Do:

rpm -qa python*

  What does it show?
  Then go to the update list at RedHat's site.

  Cheers.

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