On Wed, 03 Jun 1998, "Lance A. Brown" wrote:
I've just run across another hint on my problems with flist on linux
Another observation (also on Linux 2.0.33 and 2.1.96+):
flist segfaults on me every once in a blue moon. I use
flist -all -recurse -noshowzero
to show all my new mail. I have found that if one of my .mh_sequences
has an cur entry that points to a non-existent message ... flist
segfaults (I think that's right). Remove the entry (or the errant
.mh_sequences) and the problem disappears.
I have yet had the time to track it down (it doesn't *always* do it).
Next time it does I'll pay closer attention to it and see if I can't
track it down. strace is my friend... :)
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