Richard

Atlanta, GA

automate all the things: ask me about bash, ant, awk, and hbase

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awarded Good Question
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revised calling convention regarding asmlinkage
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revised calling convention regarding asmlinkage
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comment install crashdump on ubuntu 1404
@Ron updated as above
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revised install crashdump on ubuntu 1404
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Aug
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comment install crashdump on ubuntu 1404
yes, same thing. It will eventually bring me to libelf1 by saying two versions conflict...
Aug
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asked install crashdump on ubuntu 1404
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accepted calling convention regarding asmlinkage
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comment calling convention regarding asmlinkage
@Jester, could you provide evidence for your statement: " For x86-64 (and any other architecture that doesn't override it), asmlinkage is defined to be empty"
Aug
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comment calling convention regarding asmlinkage
I thought that was for default setting (wo asmlinkage)... so for x_86_64, asmlikage will NOT assume argument on stack?... or asmlinkage is only for 32 bit?
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asked calling convention regarding asmlinkage
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awarded Popular Question
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revised Print kernel memory layout
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revised Exception handing in kernel module
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asked Print kernel memory layout
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comment Exception handing in kernel module
Yes, tried to use do_invalid_op with argument. The argument is the reg values right before calling do_invalid_op. I have updated OP with crash trace data.
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revised Exception handing in kernel module
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comment Exception handing in kernel module
it's also revealed as function in kernel symbol table... same with do_valid_op.
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comment Exception handing in kernel module
look at [here], invalid_op is a function
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