The type of error has occurred is segmentation fault.
Simply put, segmentation faults are mistakes brought on by a process trying to access memory locations that it shouldn't. The kernel terminates the process by sending a segmentation violation signal when it notices strange memory access activities (SIGSEGV).
The programme accessed a memory region that was not intended for it when it encountered a signal 11 error, sometimes known as a segmentation fault.
A software package that is installed may have a defect that causes a signal 11 error, or malfunctioning hardware may also be to blame.
A hardware issue in memory on your system's bus is probably to blame if you have a fatal signal 11 error during installation. Red Hat Enterprise Linux, like other operating systems, has requirements for the hardware in your system.
Even if they function perfectly under another OS, some of this hardware might not be able to handle those demands.
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