SIGSEGV address boundary error after waking from sleep

I doubt this is a Framework-specific issue, I’m mostly just posting here as it’s handily a place with a bunch of people who have recently set up a new laptop!

Have any of you experienced SIGSEGV 'address boundary error’s running any command ~ten seconds after (fine until then) after waking from sleep?

Some more details here: systemd - SIGSEGV address boundary error shortly after waking from sleep - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange

Is that your post you linked?

I can see you are on Sway, but what is your distro?

Yes, Arch. (btw)


Have you tried making a swap partition instead of the swap file?