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Re: netdde translator crashing

Hello Samuel, 

On Mon, Apr 12, 2021 at 06:29:44PM +0200, Samuel Thibault wrote:
> João Pedro Malhado, le lun. 12 avril 2021 17:57:52 +0200, a ecrit:
> >  /hurd/crash: /hurd/netdde(919) crashed, signal {no:11, code:2, error:2},
> >  exception {1, code:2, subcode:12}, PCs: {0x10a269c, 0x10a269c, 0x10c6e14,
> >  0x10c6e14, 0x10c6e14, 0x10c6e14, 0x10c6e14, 0x10a269c, 0x1042194}, writing
> >  core
> >  file.
> >  
> >  
> >  The end of the output of
> >
> > # settrans -fga /dev/netdde /hurd/netdde
> >
> > is
> >
> > l4dde26_register_rx_callback: New rx callback @ 0x1041630
> > settrans: /dev/netdde: (os/kern) invalid right
> Did you also upgrade libpciaccess0 to version 0.16-1+hurd.7 ?

Yes, I confirm that is the version of libpciaccess0 that is installed.

As for the core file, I did see it there are some point, but I unfortunately
deleted it. While trying to recreate it, I reproduce the error above but I can
see no core file (which makes me wonder if the core file I saw was generated by
that event or something else).

Typing in a full backtrace is a bit of a chore. I'm assuming one cannot yet
mount a USB stick?
I could try booting form a live CD to get that backtrace to you (once there is a
core file).


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