It's most likely because something isn't compiled right. It's just as likely gentoo's fault as it is ruby's. Upgraded your gcc lately? Updated any of a thousand other dependent libraries lately? Give revdep-rebuild a go. If not, give emerge -e ruby a go Or if you'd actually like to diagnose the problem, try running gdb and get a bit more info about your segfault. run: ulimit -c unlimited ruby segfault.rb that should produce a core file gdb ruby core (gdb) bt Or something like that.
on 2006-04-13 08:26