Ref:[Dave Airlie, Mon, 15/10/01 @ 10:10 +0100]
> get kgdb up and running and get another PC to act as a debug terminal..
> of course the oops is useless without having been run through ksymoops..
> you can manually debug it using System.map yourself...
Ich, that'd be like pulling your toenails out with your teeth
through the ball of your foot :(
Anyway, following the corollary to Murphys Law which states
that having asked for help, the problem will solve itself,
I've figured out what was happening - a simple buffer overrun
which was hidden because the overrun was somehow getting
whatever code ran after init_module. :(
At least the *&U&^(@)ing thing now works....
Mark Dennehy, Email : Mark.Dennehy at cs.tcd.ie
Computer Vision and Robotics Research Group,
Computer Science Dept., Trinity College Dublin
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