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Why do a lot of programs crash in segmentation fault?
For a few days, a lot of programs do not launch properly. This includes Skype, Oracle VM Virtualbox, Scilab, Boinc, LÖVE, OMG! Words! and a little Java program I downloaded from the web (RemoteDroid). ...
Sep 10 '11 at 19:56
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