[uClibc]busybox segfaults (but is it busybox?)
andersen at codepoet.org
Tue Mar 25 18:49:04 UTC 2003
On Mon Mar 24, 2003 at 03:45:59PM +0100, Klaas van Gend wrote:
> I'm using kernel 2.4.20, Busybox 0.60.5 and uClibc 0.9.19.
> These are all compiled using the latest root_fs building system.
> The target stuff is run on an AMD elan-520 processor with 32 MB RAM.
> All goes well during startup, but if an insmod fails, it segfaults.
> As a matter of fact, *every* failure (thus not just insmod) crashes the
> shell and its parents...
I suspect this has nothing to do with the shell, or busybox, or
uClibc, and has everything to do with your kernel module causing
a kernel oops, which is crashing your kernel and thus after
calling insmod nothing works since your kernel is now completely
Tried connecting a serial cable and setting up a serial console?
I bet you will see the kernel is oopsing when you load whatever
it is that you are trying to load into kernel space,
Erik B. Andersen http://codepoet-consulting.com/
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