Date: Fri, 18 Nov 1994 09:39:13 EST From: Terry Lynn Irons Subject: Re: WWW/Gopher/ftp If any of you can explain to me what creature an unexpected heap > is, I'd appreciate it. > --Natalie (maynor[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] According to my colleague Robert Royar, who is a network genius, heap is the allocatable memory pool that Unix uses. The error message came from your home cite or whatever program you were going through at the remote access, and it could mean "a corrupted memory pointer." In other words, a program tried to access memory that it no longer owned. If you were kicked out of mosaic entirely, then the error was on your home computer. Robert says hello. Terry, -- (*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*) Terry Lynn Irons t.irons[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE] Voice Mail: (606) 783-5164 Snail Mail: UPO 604 Morehead, KY 40351 (*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)=(*)