A SIGFPE signal occurs with a 386 and not with a 486

Hi,

I have an application that running well on a 486 but a signal occurs when I
running it on a 386.

What could be appen ?

Thanks,
Jerome

The 386 doesn’t have hardware floating point support like the 486
and all successors. Remember the 80387 math coprocessor?

You need to run the emu387 floating point emulator on the 386.

Previously, Follut wrote in qdn.public.qnx4:

Hi,

I have an application that running well on a 486 but a signal occurs when I
running it on a 386.

What could be appen ?

Thanks,
Jerome
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