On Windows and MacOS Cabbage includes a very simple version of Csound that runs a few k-cycles just before Cabbage tries to run the instrument. If this process crashes, Cabbage holds off running the instrument. In this way it can prevent Cabbage from crashing. I never got around to adding it to the Linux build. I think mostly because I have always made an assumption that those working on Linux are used to crashes
But also because most people working on Linux know best how to deal with crashes and almost instinctively try to get a backtrace, or look into the issue. But perhaps this is one of the reasons why more people don’t make the move to Linux. Because there is an assumption that they KNOW how to use an OS, and can handle low level procedures and operations. Those who can’t find themselves sinking into the abyss, and simply return to Windows or OSX.