Subject: Re: Problem in mac68k -current
To: Paul Goyette <>
From: Jason Thorpe <>
List: current-users
Date: 05/25/1997 17:24:23
On Sun, 25 May 1997 17:27:14 -0700 (PDT) 
 Paul Goyette <> wrote:

 > Well, that helped out a little bit - at least it gets the right address
 > and attaches the ite0!  But I guess there's still something else that's
 > very fundamentally wrong, since as soon as I start up X (xdm, actually) it
 > clears the display to all white (_not_ the pseudo-gray background) and
 > then gets an MMU fault.
 > Oh, and on its way to MMU fault, I got a couple of those "freelist data
 > modified" messages that someone else mentioned the other day...

...stray pointers... what does the MMU fault tell you?  I would
recommend building your kernel with full debugging symbols
(makeoptions DEBUG="-g" in your kernel config file, then rebuild
from scratch) so that you can more easily use gdb after the crash.

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