Re: less than 4 MB RAM / 2 bzip or not 2 bzip?

From: Gerhard Thimm (
Date: Fri May 19 2000 - 18:08:47 CEST

Johannes schrieb:
> I tried the following: I took the hardisk from my 386 and installed it in my
> Pentium. After booring muLinux from my floppy I cloned it to an ext2 partition
> on the newly installed harddisk. After that I put the harddisk back into my
> 386. It all worked. But when I run muLinux for some time, many commands do not
> work any longer. They report a Segmentation Fault. I think this is because the
> Pentium is much faster than the 386 and muLinux thinks I'm running it on a
> Pentium. Am I right to say so???

I think no. This seems to be a temperature problem. CPU, Memory, HD ???

There is no reason, why a fast-installed disk should rise segmentation
fault in a slow-executing PC. The disk turns at the same speed in both.
Every CPU is build to execute commands correct (faster or slower). The
HD-interface handles the HD, which in this case is the same age as the


> Johannes Krausmüller
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