[rsbac] kernel oops accessing /dev/log

Vincent Danen vdanen at annvix.org
Thu Feb 9 22:13:09 CET 2006

* Peter Busser <peter at adamantix.org> [2006-02-09 21:33:12 +0100]:

> > You can mail it to me. It lists all function addresses, so you can 
> > look at the EIP and the call trace to find which function it was in.
> There is also a utility, ksymoops, which does this for you.

Looked at it and sent the output to Amon as well.  Mumbo-jumbo to me..

Thanks for the reminder... I had completely forgotten about ksymoops...
I knew there was a reason I packaged it.

Annvix - Secure Linux Server: http://annvix.org/
"lynx -source http://linsec.ca/vdanen.asc | gpg --import"
{FEE30AD4 : 7F6C A60C 06C2 4811 FA1C  A2BC 2EBC 5E32 FEE3 0AD4}
Wasting time like it was free...
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