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SubjectRe: Play Kernel Hangman!
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From: "Leen Besselink" <leen@wirehub.nl>

> On Mon, 6 Nov 2000, Jeff Dike wrote:
>
> > After a stranger than usual late-night #kernelnewbies session on Thursday, I
> > was inspired to come up with Kernel Hangman. This is the traditional game
of
> > hangman, except that the words you have to guess are kernel symbols.
> >
> > So, test your knowledge of kernel trivia and play it at
> > http://user-mode-linux.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/hangman
> >
> > Jeff
>
> Actually, OpenBSD already has this (in the kernel !) After a kernel crash
> ones, I got in the kerneldebugger. I didn't really know how to use it, but
> I could play hangman. I just downloaded the source

Now that might be the best argument for a kernel debugger we've seen yet.

{O,o} Joanne Dow, somewhat crazed.

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