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SubjectRe: Strange OOPS in 2.0.25 kernel

> On Mon, 2 Dec 1996, Tyson D Sawyer wrote:
> > In every case the EIP (extended instruction pointer) indicates that
> > the code was attempting to access a value in memory. The address
> > of that value (according to the instruction and the value of the index
> > register used) is different by the 2 most significant bits from what
> > the processor attempted to access. That is noticed by the most
> > significant nibble changing from 0 to c in every oops as I marked by the
> > *'s in the context above.
> No, this is a real bug - a null pointer passed in %ecx which the kernel
> tries to dereference. It gets it from

Well, I tried. :-{

I think that in only one case the pointer was NULL. What about the others?
I had forgotten about the 0 page in Linux and so didn't catch the NULL.


> Ionut
> --
> It is better to keep your mouth shut and be thought a fool,
> than to open it and remove all doubt.

Looks like I should have followed your advice. ;-)

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