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Different types of segmentation faults in Linux [closed]
In Linux, when the NX-bit triggers the segmentation fault seems to be "error 15", whereas a more typical error, such as attempting to read from invalid memory, results in "error 7", (seen from dmesg ...
Jan 7 '13 at 10:30
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