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SubjectRe: [OOPS] repeatable 2.4.8-ac7, 2.4.7-ac6 [I] just run xdos
"Eric W. Biederman" <ebiederm@xmission.com>, on Sun Aug 19, 2001 [02:30:29 PM] said:
[...]
> There are a number of cases, where dosemu is different enough it has
> been known to cause code to go down buggy non-common paths and cause
> things to fail. This has happened with both X and the kernel.
> I suspect that is what is happening here.
>
> Paul is dosemu configured to do any direct hardware access?
>
> Also of interest is that this crash is not even directly triggered by
> the dosemu process. Instead an interrupt handler is doing something
> bad.
>
> Paul If you can verify that dosemu isn't doing any direct hardware
> access. i.e. Dosemu isn't suid root, and you have no ports lines
> you should be fine.
>
> Eric
>
Dear Eric;

No, the program isnt setuid, nor run by root, and no
ports specified in the config. Let me know if there is anything
further I can do.

Paul
set@pobox.com

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