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SubjectOops under 1.99.3 (pre-2.0.3)

The following occurred under 1.99.3. I had just changed runlevel to 5
(brought up xdm) from runlevel 3 (console-only runlevel). The getty
in quesion is the latest publicly available getty_ps (2.0.7?).

general protection: 0000
CPU: 0
EIP: 0010:[<0015500f>]
EFLAGS: 00010202
eax: 72657669 ebx: 00009edc ecx: 00095214 edx: 00009edc
esi: 00000000 edi: 006f4000 ebp: 7265766d esp: 012aff44
ds: 0018 es: 0018 fs: 002b gs: 002b ss: 0018
Process getty (pid: 115, process nr: 5, stackpage=012af000)
Stack: 00680c00 00680808 007e5570 00000003 00680808 00680c00 00680808 00095214
001535ee 00680808 007e54ec 00000000 0013a2d6 007e5570 00000000 007e54ec
007e54ec 00000000 bffffd48 0013a54d 007e5570 006fc600 0012543e 007e54ec
Call Trace: [<001535ee>] [<0013a2d6>] [<0013a54d>] [<0012543e>] [<001254b8>] [<0010aa61>]
Code: 8b 00 48 89 44 24 10 83 f8 ff 0f 84 a4 00 00 00 90 8b 45 00

ksymoops gives the following:

Using `/boot/System.map-1.99.3' to map addresses to symbols.

>>EIP: 15500f <_unix_gc+143/2e4>
Trace: 1535ee <_unix_release+82/90>
Trace: 13a2d6 <_sock_release+5e/a0>
Trace: 13a54d <_sock_close+25/30>
Trace: 12543e <_close_fp+66/90>
Trace: 1254b8 <_sys_close+50/70>
Trace: 10aa61 <_system_call+59/a0>

Code: 15500f <_unix_gc+143/2e4> movl (%eax),%eax
Code: 155011 <_unix_gc+145/2e4> decl %eax
Code: 155012 <_unix_gc+146/2e4> movl %eax,0x10(%esp,1)
Code: 155016 <_unix_gc+14a/2e4> cmpl $0xffffffff,%eax
Code: 155019 <_unix_gc+14d/2e4> je 1550c3 <_unix_gc+1f7/2e4>
Code: 15501f <_unix_gc+153/2e4> nop
Code: 155020 <_unix_gc+154/2e4> movl 0x0(%ebp),%eax

My system uses libc-4.6.27 (a.out; I know, it's ancient but I haven't
the disk space to upgrade to ELF yet) and GCC 2.6.3. I would provide
.config information, but it's been wiped in preparation for the
pre-2.0.4 upgrade; apologies. Any more information will be gladly
provided.

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