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[Lynx-dev] reproducible crash

From: Thorsten Glaser
Subject: [Lynx-dev] reproducible crash
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2005 14:14:47 +0000 (UTC)

Hi all,

I get a reproducible crash on dev.11i with the attached file,
retrieved from and
renamed to "index.html" (also, when lynx'ing the URI directly

address@hidden:/home/tg $ lynx index.html

#                                                                 Getting a 
permit... -- What The Hack (p1 of 2)
   #[1]Search this site [2]Up one level
     * [3]home
     * [4]  login
     * [5] register

[6]What The Hack


   [7]Home  [8]News!  [9]When  &  Where [10]Presentations [11]Facilities 
[12]Participate [13]Forum [14]Wiki
   [15]Tickets [16]FAQ [17]Thanks to ... [18]Contact [19]Program

Log in

   [22]Log in
   [23]Forgot your password?
   [24]New user?

   You are here: [25]Home ┬╗ News!

Getting a permit...

Document Actions   

     * [26]Send this page to somebody
     * [27]Print this page

Misunderstanding cleared up: we are not dangerous...

     * [28]Original press release (May 23rd) (english)
     * [29]Het oorspronkelijke persbericht (23 mei) (nederlands)
     * [30]Urspr├╝ngliche Pressemitteilung (23. Mai) (deutsch)

     * [31]Communication log

A Fatal error has occurred in Lynx Ver. 2.8.6dev.11i-MirOS

Please notify your system administrator to confirm a bug, and
if confirmed, to notify the lynx-dev list.  Bug reports should
have concise descriptions of the command and/or URL which causes
the problem, the operating system name with version number, the
TCPIP implementation, and any other relevant information.

Do NOT mail the core file if one was generated.

Lynx now exiting with signal:  11

Abort trap
address@hidden:/home/tg $ 

Can anyone reproduce this on dev.13 (didn't yet have time
to upgrade)?

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