Thank you very much! I missed that thread. It's good to know what the
Hopefully I can just wait it out -- if not, I know how to reboot with
an older kernel.
On Wed, 2017-06-28 at 11:09 +0300, Nikolay Strelkov wrote:
> Dear Tim!
> As was discussed In the list ( http://mailinglists.scilab.org/Scilab- > users-scilab-gt-Segmentation-fault-td4036624.html ).
> This is not Scilab bug, it's bad attempt to fix CVE-2017-1000364
> security bug in Linux kernel.
> Debian 7, 8, 9; Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and 16.04 LTS are affected (seehttps
> The temporary solution is to reboot with previous kernel versions:
> * Debian 7 (wheezy): <= 3.2.78-1
> * Debian 8 (jessie): <= 3.16.43-2
> * Debian 9 (stretch): <= 4.9.30-2
> * Ubuntu 14.04 LTS (trusty): <= 3.13.0-119
> * Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (xenial): <= 4.4.0-79
> Canonical and Debian will release normal kernel updates soon.
> With best regards,
> Ph.D., associate professor at MPEI,
> IEEE member,
> maintainer of Mathieu functions toolbox for Scilab,
> Nikolay Strelkov.
> 28 июня 2017 г. 7:02 пользователь "Tim Wescott" <[hidden email] > m> написал:
> On one machine, Scilab crashes, with a segmentation fault.
> On the other, it perks along happily.
> The "bad" machine had the normal Ubuntu installation of Scilab
> then I wiped that and installed 6.0.0 -- same thing. I just
> reinstalled the Ubuntu version -- crashes.
> scilab-cli works
> The "good" machine is the same Ubuntu distro (16.04, 64-bit).
> Any clues as to what may be happening?
> Tim Wescott
> Control & Communications systems, circuit & software design.
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