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How can I trap a program that returns 139 (segmentation fault) in bash?
I have a bash script that tests some programs and one of the program returns Segmentation fault so I tried to add a trap in the head of my script: trap "echo 'segfault occured!'" SIGSEGV That ...
Nov 10 '11 at 10:43
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