Kernel ? Unable to handle kernal paging request

Kernel ? Unable to handle kernal paging request

Post by Jimmy Hua » Wed, 05 May 1993 12:07:28



Anybody tried porting Magic 6.35 yet?  

it said the following:

Unable to handle kernal paging request at
address C0000015

Oops: 0000
EIP: 0008:0013F4ED
EFLAGS: 00010202
fs: 0017
base: 00000000, limit: C0000000
Pid: 9954, process nr:17
8b 19 89 5c 24 3c 85 db 75 0d.

For those interested. I'm running SLS 1.01, with *correct* shlibs,
on a 486-DX33, 200 meg HD, ext2fs. X11 mono.

For those curious, Magic is a CAD program for VLSI design (more like
msi design really), and is *big*, ~10 megs src. , and 40 megs free (at
least) for a compile.

It was originally written for a DEC, then ported to BSD Unix, then
SunOs.  And now for the great leap -> Linux!

If you need to get your hands on source, maybe we can arrange something,
as it doesn't seem to be avaiable anymore.  I'd really like to get this
sucker to run on my machine.

Yes, lots of BSDisms in the code, and a few other things I still can't
figure out how to go around.  

Also, I can't seem to *consistently* crash the kernal, it happens
once in a while. the makefile seems to also need to run tcsh, and csh.

My ext2fs, has needed repairing twice due to kernal crashes -> sync's
no longer works when it hits.

If I'm too vague, please e-mail me for more details ;). Thie
This newsgroup is so crowded!,

Jimmy

p.s. Also, where's that FAQ that told you how to get around SYSVisms,
and BSDisms??? I remember seeing one around.

 
 
 

Kernel ? Unable to handle kernal paging request

Post by Peter Willia » Thu, 06 May 1993 08:49:39



>Anybody tried porting Magic 6.35 yet?  

>it said the following:

>Unable to handle kernal paging request at
>address C0000015

>Oops: 0000
>EIP: 0008:0013F4ED
>EFLAGS: 00010202
>fs: 0017
>base: 00000000, limit: C0000000
>Pid: 9954, process nr:17
>8b 19 89 5c 24 3c 85 db 75 0d.

>For those interested. I'm running SLS 1.01, with *correct* shlibs,
>on a 486-DX33, 200 meg HD, ext2fs. X11 mono.

> [bits deleted]

>Jimmy

>p.s. Also, where's that FAQ that told you how to get around SYSVisms,
>and BSDisms??? I remember seeing one around.

I have had similar experiences compiling other packages. The problem seems to
be unpredictable and unrepeatable.

I use a 386-DX33, 130Mb + 210Mb hd, ext and ext2 and minix fs, kernel 0.99pl9.

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