Re: help with ksymoops
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On Wednesday 27 February 2002 09:17 am, Michel Dänzer wrote:
> On Mit, 2002-02-27 at 14:57, Russell Hires wrote:
> > I've got a buggy kernel. Or buggy hardware. But, for now, every so often
> > I crash, and I want to capture the info reported by ksymoops. ksymoops
> > uses the defaults to get information, but the thing I don't understand is
> > that after it displays the information, ksymoops tells me that it's
> > reading information from the terminal. Why would it do that? Do I need to
> > give it some information?
> Yes, the actual oops output. ;)
:0) Okay, where do I get the actual output from? Clearly it's not sitting
there on STDIN, it's in a log file somewhere. I looked in /var/log/ksymoops,
and there's lots of files there! I see that they are dates, and times, too (I
think)...there's the log and the ksyms and modules as well. Which one do I
pick? Are these even on the right track?
Thanks for your help...
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