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On Sat, 09 Sep 2000 19:20:15 +0100, 
Ralph Corderoy <> wrote:
> 01:52:30 EIP: 0010:[dput+77/328]
>I believe I should be able to look up dput in the klogd is
>using, add on the offset, and then look that number up in the real
> Is this doable?

Your best option is to convert dput+77 back to 8 digit hex and run the
resulting log through ksymoops. +77/328 is offset 77, the next label
that klogd knows about is 328 bytes later, ignore the /328. AFAIK
klogd prints offsets in decimal but check the source code of
sysklogd/ksym.c to be sure.

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