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> Well, I dont know about you, but I am getting Nov  2 21:31:07 nebula
> kernel: Exception at c012c79c (c01b96a9) errors. I can cause this error to
> happen whenever I start up irc, and it happens at other times which I have
> not been able to narrow down yet.

That message is not really an error, it is debug noise. If you
got that message, an exception was triggered, but then handled
correctly. If it hadn't been, you'd have gotten the familiar Oops.

If you care about fixing the program generating the exceptions,
the first number is the address of the instruction that faulted.
You can look this up in the System.map and find out what system
call the exception came from.


r~

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