> Tuesday, October 02, 2001, 9:22:49 PM,
> Mika Liljeberg <Mika.Liljeberg@welho.com> wrote:
> ML> Carles Pina i Estany wrote:
> >> The Kernel works fine. But for error I execute /usr/src/linux/vmlinux as
> >> root user. Then the system is rebooted (without unmounting anything)
> >> Curious.
> ML> And like a headstrong child, I refused to believe, instead thrusting my
> ML> finger into the fire.
> ML> Ouch! Curious indeed.
> Come on guys, that can't be true! Linux can't fail that miserably!
> # su user
> $ ./vmlinux
> Segmentation fault
> *** screen went blank, then POST screen appears ***
> Eh... Oh... So... it actually can. 8-(
I installed reiserfs this weekend so I tried it and yes me to :))
I have another one that happens with stuff that use SDL (loki stuff) but then
the computer turns off like I had pressed the power button. So I can use both
shutdown -h or plaympeg to turn the computer off :)
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