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SubjectRe: [PATCH] cheap lookup of symbol names on oops()
On Thu, Jul 25, 2002 at 11:00:33AM -0600, Cort Dougan wrote:
> This is from the -atp (Aunt Tillie and Penelope) tree.
> This patch adds a small function that looks up symbol names that correspond
> to given addresses by digging through the already existent ksyms table.
> It's invaluable for debugging on embedded systems - especially when testing
> modules - since ksymoops is a hassle to deal with in cross-build
> environments. We already have this info in the kernel so we might as well
> use it.
> This patch adds use of the function for PPC and i386.

Wow! very usefull patch. O want it for 2.4 and 2.5, please.

But could you please fix up the indentation to match common kernel style?

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