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SubjectRe: Logging kernel oops
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On Wed, 02 May 2001 20:57:16 +0100, 
"Joseph Mathewson" <joe@mathewson.co.uk> wrote:
>What is the preferred what of getting debugging information from a kernel
>oops? Is my only way connecting a monitor and getting a pencil and paper?
>Is there any conceivable way I can get some useful debugging information
>(on reset) without plugging in a keyboard/monitor?

Add a serial console (linux/Documentation/serial-console.txt) and
install the kernel debugger of your choice. kdb is good ;)
http://oss.sgi.com/projects/kdb/download

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