Subject: Re: Segmentation fault disaster
To: None <aellwood@MIT.EDU,>
From: Olaf Seibert <>
List: current-users
Date: 04/20/1995 21:19:43
> Hmmmm, this sounds like it could be a problem a problem with possibly 
> one of two things that have happened to me:

> 2) The kernel version is different than that of the rest of the
> software on the computer (ie, it is part of a different NetBSD
> release).

One thing that I find somewhat annoying is that the kernel file MUST be
called /netbsd, or various things start to break (such as lkms,
kvm_mkdb, ps...) And in the file there is the name of the
kernel file that seems to be used only for swapnetbsd.c and ld .. -o

This makes the possibility of boot loaders to load alternate kernels
somewhat less useful.

Could the kernel name not be retained in the kernel and made available
to /etc/rc?

#!/usr/local/bin/perl -s-- -export-a-crypto-system-sig -RSA-in-3-lines-PERL
(($k,$n)=@ARGV)==2||die"$0 [-d] k n\n";$v=2-4*$d+($w=2*$d-1+length$n&~1);$m=
unpack(H.$w,$m),$_=`echo 16i1Io\U$k"[$m*]\Esz[d2%Sa2/d0<x+d*La1=z\U$n\E%0]dsx
x+p"|dc`,s/\W//g,print pack(H.$v,0 x($v-length).$_)while read(STDIN,$m,$w/2)
TRY: echo squeamish ossifrage | rsa -e 3 7537d365 | rsa -d 4e243e33 7537d365
___ Olaf 'Rhialto' Seibert         What's the use of
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