Subject: Re: YESSSS!!!
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Stan Shebs <email@example.com>
Date: 01/19/1995 11:46:24
From: firstname.lastname@example.org (grantham)
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 1995 08:41:53 -36507155 (PST)
> Also, I tried running one of my more complicated scenarios under the
> curses Xconq, and it coredumped, but the kernel crashed and never actually
> made a core. I pressed the "Macsbug button" and got a register state,
> will pass the numbers along if anybody has a use for them. (jtc asks -
> how do you get to ddb, a la PC NetBSD?)
The MacsBug (debugger) switch should dump you right into ddb. What
did you see?
Just for grins, I tried typing the same Xconq command again (into an
xterm, but still running the curses interface), and this time I got
a real db> prompt! Still same pid and pc as last report, but then
I typed "show map", it printed 5917b, and hung again...
Any hints as to useful things to look at in ddb?