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Got an interesting problem. (platform ruuning issue)

when running scripts they seem to work fine on ia-32 but I get
segfault on ia-64 what the heck should I be looking for?

I did notice that it seems to work ok only for certain scripts but any
script that imports MySQLdb or glob seems to make this occur.

Thanks Jeff
Jul 19 '05 #1
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