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SubjectRe: release: mount kernel stack corruption. Aiee.
On Sun, 4 Aug 1996, Ciro Cattuto wrote:

> Hello,
> I found a message you posted in a Linux development newsgroup;
> you were talking about a probable bug in the isofs kernel code.
> I'm currently running Linux 2.0.10 and I experience the very same
> "aiee" which occurred to you ...
> did you solve that problem?
> ... anyway, I'll start the bug-hunt right now! ;)

Nope, seemed to go away in 2.0.10 (I had the problem in 2.0.9 first), some
people thought it was in the IDE-CD code (there were changes there too),
needless to say it now dosn't happen for the first CD I put in, but it
does for the next (tho the problem that causes the message proberbly
happens the first time too). It dosn't appear fatal, but ....

> Thanks in advance,
> Ciro Cattuto
I've CC:'d this to linux-kernel as we really should track this down
before the final 2.0 release ....

PGP key pass phrase forgotten, \ Overload -- core meltdown sequence
again :( and I don't care ;) | initiated.
/ This space is intentionally left
| blank, apart from this text ;-)

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