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SubjectRe: [BUG GIT] Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address e1380288
* Doug McNaught <doug@mcnaught.org> [2006-02-11 10:19:29 -0500]:

> Marc Koschewski <marc@osknowledge.org> writes:
>
> > Moreover, I don't know in what way a PCI graphics adapter is pissing off USB
> > devices. Is there a chance to?
>
> Sure. Drivers run in kernel mode and, if buggy, can scribble all over

Sure thing.

> any part of kernel memory, causing problems in completely unrelated
> places.

But the trace I sent didn't (directly) do any memory allocation so the case was
clear to me.

From a developers point of view I totally agree that doing some bad code 'here'
might crash us 'there'. But the backtrace didn't look like this to me...

Marc
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