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Never mind my last message; I found the "Oops" on the virtual console
used by my X session. Since I don't have the stuff installed to do
cut-and-paste from virtual consoles, or ksymoops, here's my laboriously
hand-copied dump of the Oops and the interpretation from my kernel
symbol table:

$ uname -a
Linux tzadkiel 2.0.17 #43 Mon Sep 2 09:27:56 PDT 1996 i486

Oops: 0000
CPU: 0
EIP: 0010:[<00170ba3>]
EFLAGS: 0010246
eax: 00000000 ebx: 004ed0000 ecx: 001c6ef4 edx: 01f6c810
esi: 009dd540 edi: 000000000 ebp: 00000000 esp: 01ca3f04
ds: 0018 es: 0018 fs: 002b gs: 002b ss: 0018
Process xterm (pid: 5670, process nr: 4, stackpage: 01ca3000)
Stack: 009dd540 000000a7 001cce10 004ed000 0016f5c1 00000000 009dd540 00000000
004f0000 00000001 009dd180 004ed000 0016f74f 004ed000 001cce10 00178cd0
004ed000 004f0000 001705ff 004f0000 009dd180 009dd180 00d005b8 00d005b8
Call trace: [<0016f5c1>] [<0016f74f>] [<00178cd0>] [<001705ff>]
[<00170a1a>] [<0012173c>] [<0012173c>] [<001217b8>]
[<00121814>] [<0010a652>]
Code: 66 8b 47 10 85 db 75 25 68 e8 b3 1b 00 25 ff ff 00 00 50 e8

00170ba3: tty_fasync+0x13
0016f5c1: do_tty_hangup+0x61
0016f74f: tty_hangup+0xf
00178cd0: pty_close+0x80
001705ff: release_dev+0x29f
00170a1a: tty_release+0xa
0012173c: __fput+0x1c
001217b8: close_fp+0x58
00121814: sys_close+0x44
0010a652: system_call+0x52

<code>: movw 0x10(%edi),%ax
<code+4>: testl %ebx,%ebx
<code+6>: jne $0170bd0
<code+8>: pushl $0x1bb3e8 (head_vals.418+0x49f)
<code+13>: andl $0xffff,%eax
<code+18>: pushl %eax

I hope I got that right.

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