Re: Maxine status?
[debbootstrap triggering a kernel bug on Personal DECstations]
>We had tried to find the program triggering the bug by putting some
>debug output into programs called from inittab and it seems that it
>is the last step in initab (dbootstrap, the "real" installer program),
>that causes the kernel to hang. You could try filling it with debug
>output to find the exact point where the crash occurs.
That sounds like a lot of time to invest. I hope to do that on the
>It is btw. a real crash - if you boot with init=/bin/sh, configure the
>network and manually single-step through inittab, you can see that
>pinging the box works, but in the moment you start dbootstrap, there
>are no replies to pings anymore, so the kernel is really dead at that
>point of time.
Yuck. I hate those kind of errors.
>The boot-floppies cvs tree (including dbootstrap) is available by
>cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/debian-boot co boot-floppies
Doesn't seem to like me:
arbas:/spare/ut/mips-cvs> cvs -d pserver:email@example.com:/debian-boot co boot-floppies
cvs.debian.org: Connection refused
cvs [checkout aborted]: end of file from server (consult above messages if any)
arbas:/spare/ut/mips-cvs> cvs --version
Concurrent Versions System (CVS) 1.10.7 (client/server)
Shouldn't be too old, so what's wrong?
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