Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of ReportingBugs


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Oct 20, 2010, 9:05:31 PM (9 years ago)
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    4242KDL itself is a kind of a shell. One can execute commands that print information about the system. The following commands might be of interest:
    43  * `bt` (aka `sc`): Prints a back trace. If the system entered KDL on its on volition, always enter that one.
     43 * `bt` (aka `sc`): Prints a back trace. If the system entered KDL on its on volition, a back trace is normally printed automatically. If that didn't happen or part of it is obscured (e.g. when the stack trace is so long that it wrapped around) and your only way of providing the information to developers is by taking a picture of the screen, enter this command.
    4444 * `ints`: This will show the handled and unhandled hardware interrupts.
    4545 * `co` (aka `continue`): Leaves the kernel debugger and continues normal operation of the system, if that is possible.