l4linux26 @ fiasco-ux w/ dietlibc

Frank Mehnert fm3 at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Wed Nov 2 14:48:44 CET 2005


On Wednesday 02 November 2005 14:34, Frank Mehnert wrote:
> On Wednesday 02 November 2005 14:10, Udo A. Steinberg wrote:
> > On Wed, 2 Nov 2005 13:18:15 +0100 Marko Wolf (MW) wrote:
> >
> > MW> I'm compiling  FUX w/ a 2.6.12 Debian w/ libc 2.5.3 and I enabled all
> > MW> experimental options except KIP_SYSCALLS and LOCAL_IPC.  However, I
> > MW> updated the sources from your CVS again and - viola - now its running
> > with MW> the same configuration as before with only a unhandled kernel
> > trap (that MW> fortunately doesn't halts the bootup procedure) when using
> > l4dope instead MW> of (errorfree) console.
> > MW>
> > MW> KERNEL: e.2 (tcb=50702000) killed:
> > MW> Unhandled trap
> > MW>
> > MW> EAX 00000000 EBX 00afff04 ECX 00000000 EDX 00000000
> > MW> ESI 00000000 EDI 00000000 EBP 00affeec ESP 00affed4
> > MW> EIP 01303a78 EFLAGS 00010246
> > MW> CS 0002 SS 007b DS 007b ES 007b FS 0000 GS 0007
> > MW> trapno 16, error 00000000, from user mode
> >     ^^^^^^^^^
> >
> > Try disassembling the offending program (Task E) using objdump -DC
> > <binary> and find out what's at EIP 0x1303a78. I bet it's a DIV
> > instruction and the operand is 0.
>
> Just an additional remark: At this state you simply need to press CTRL+C
> and type
>
>   ut16<SPACE>1303a78<SPACE>

Sorry, please use

  ute<SPACE>1303a78<SPACE>

(That is <u> ... disassemble, <t> ... task/address space, <e> => task 0xe).

Frank
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