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    Albert D. Cahalan writes:
    > > c1e97ee0: c00251f8 c280007c
    > > c1e97f00: 60000013 ffffffff c1e97fac c1e97f18 c0026194 c280006c c1e37000 c1e38000
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    > [ --- CHOP --- ]
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    > All these numbers get looked up.

    These numbers should NOT get looked up - if they are, then very
    useful information will be lost; they are not only references to
    kernel functions, but also kernel data and read only data within
    the kernel text segment. The result will be a totally undeciperal
    garbage.

    Again, care to put the effort into klogd/ksymoops to handle the
    architecture special cases?
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