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Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2005 15:20:49 +0400
From: Michael Tokarev <>
Subject: Re: HELP! DrWeb core dumped

Maxim Timofeyev wrote:
> Hello!
> Update Owl to CURRENT (2005-06-01).
> Run DrWeb Daemon (static version):
> (

Have you tried dynamically linked version?  And.. I'm not
sure drweb is still available as statically-linked executable.

Note that static version should NOT be affected by system update,
unless that update affects kernel too, and there should be quite
significant changes in kernel to cause programs to crash like that.

> ../drwebd
> Dr.Web (R) daemon for Linux, version 4.32.2 (2004-11-01)
> Copyright (c) Igor Daniloff, 1992-2004
> Doctor Web Ltd., Moscow, Russia
> Support service:
> To purchase:
> Segmentation fault (core dumped)
> core:

Please load it in gdb and do a backtrace.
And with that, depending on the result, ask drweb support, I think.
They're quite responsive.


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