Lynn Bradshaw via plug on 4 Jan 2022 06:15:04 -0800

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Re: [PLUG] Very weird error with make (constant segfaulting)

It's a Pi 400 which is basically a Pi 4 with 4 GB RAM integrated into
a keyboard unit resembling an old Commodore 64 or "Zed" X Spectrum.

On Mon, Jan 3, 2022 at 9:44 AM Rich Freeman <> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 3, 2022 at 9:11 AM Lynn Bradshaw via plug
> <> wrote:
> >
> > I don't think it's dodgy hardware because a) only make has ever done
> > this (I think it's the second or third time now) and b) the hardware
> > in question is reasonably new and also c) the uptime that of course
> > got wiped out was nearly three weeks. The one hardware possibility
> > that comes to mind is that it's a Raspberry Pi (four cores, ARMv7
> > Processor rev 3 (v7l)) and something just slipped under the radar that
> > maybe wouldn't have if it had been an Intel or Intel-like processor.
> >
> Anything relevant in dmesg?  One issue I've seen with Pis is that if
> you don't have a pretty solid wall wart you can get voltage issues
> under heavy load.  That can lead to odd errors - as with RAM
> issues/etc.
> You don't actually provide the model of Pi you're using, but it sounds
> like an original Pi2B as I think that was the only ARM v7 Pi ever made
> based on specs I can see online.  That makes it pretty old, which also
> increases the odds that your power supply might not be working as well
> as it used to.
> I'm not really much of an ARM expert, but another thing you might
> check is that you're building for the correct sub-arch.  I'm not sure
> what distro you're using, but most should be taking care of that for
> you assuming you installed the right image.
> --
> Rich
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