Christian Mueller cmueller at
Thu Jan 13 04:23:07 GMT 2005

Am Mittwoch, 12. Januar 2005 20:17 schrieb tommie ramirez andujar:
> I am seeing in my /home/user folder some files  named core.11243,  I 
> think they the result of a program crash, is there a way to disable 
> receiving that.
> tommie

Yes, they are created when a program crashes.

The command to configure this depends on the shell you're using.
Googling for "disable core dumps linux" gave me:

Assuming you're using bash you need to use the ulimit command: 


There's no separate man page for the ulimit command. 
If you're interested in the documentation take a 
look at the man page of bash, for example by typing
#bash in the location bar of konqueror or man bash 
on the command line. 


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