Re: Strange output from ps
Raul Miller <email@example.com> writes:
> Raul Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > > Installing a kernel-image.deb doesn't mean that that's what the
> > > boot-loader picked up.
> On Wed, Oct 13, 1999 at 08:57:41AM +1000, Jason Henry Parker wrote:
> > Yes, but it does mean that the system map file and the kernel should
> > match; I've never seen make-kpkg screw this up.
> It means that the system map file and the kernel file match up.
> It does *NOT* mean that the system map file and the running kernel
> match up. That depends on how the kernel is being booted.
I'm running the kernel I think I am, and it matches the system.map
file. Trust me.
The message has gone away now, do you suppose I've somehow changed
kernel without a reboot? Or perhaps my kernel and system map have
corrected themselves without changing modification and creation times?
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