Where do UNIX manpages come from? Who introduced the section-based layout of NAME, SYNOPSIS, and so on? And for manpage authors: where were those economical two- and three-letter instructions developed?
My program received a SIGSEGV signal and crashed with "Segmentation Fault" message. Where does the "V" come from?
Did I read it wrong? Was there a "Segmentation *V*ault?"? Or did Linux authors make a mistake? Shouldn't the signal be named SIGSEGF?
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