Subject: Ctrl+Alt+Del = db>
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Thomas Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 01/05/2003 18:30:56
aluminum# uname -a
NetBSD aluminum.miller.net 1.6K NetBSD 1.6K (MYKERNEL) #0:
Thu Dec 26 14:50:00 EST 2002
I accidentally hit Ctrl+Alt+Esc when I meant to type Ctrl+Alt+F1.
I discovered that hitting Ctrl+Alt+Esc crashes my system reliably,
where "reliably" means five times in a row.
Although I am having Really A Lot of Fun with NetBSD, I don't know
very much at all about what I am doing. Therefore, there is a
high probability that I have done something wrong.
Is the following information helpful?
aluminum# Stopped at cpu_Debugger+0x4: leave
cpu_Debugger(0,c0397220,1,0,c08d1800) at cpu_Debugger+0x4
internal_command(c08d4500,c0406dc4,f420,1b,1) at internal_command+0x183
wskbd_translate(c0397220,2,1,c0406e0c,c08fee80) at wskbd_translate+0xd6
wskbd_input(c08d4500,2,1,c0406e20,c03812c0) at wskbd_input+0x56
pckbd_input(c08fee80,1,0,be400000,c08ccc40) at pckbd_input+0x55
pckbcintr(c08fef00,0,a7b10010,10030,c0400010) at pckbcintr+0x113
Xintr_legacy1() at Xintr_legacy1+0xa4
--- interrupt ---
idle_loop(c03a5ba0,0,0,c0222197,80000000) at idle_loop+0xc
bpendtsleep(c03a5ba0,4,c032d346,0,0) at bpendtsleep
uvm_scheduler(c0402010,402000,40b000,0,0) at uvm_scheduler+0x78
main(0,0,0,0,0) at main+0x746
syncing disks... kernel: page fault trap, code=0
Stopped at genfs_putpages+0x264: movl 0x10c(%eax),%edx
db > reboot
Is there any additional helpful information I could provide?
I send my thanks to everyone involved with NetBSD!