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Old 01-06-2005, 03:28 AM   #1
cranium2004
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how to capture oops message???


I have two machines with RedHat linux 9 with serially connected to each other. While doing some kernel programming i am getting frequently Oops messages. I am learning network stack. How can i capture those oops message and which utility can help me to solve oops problem. I heard about lkcd which is on lkcd.sourceforge.net. Can it be suitable utility to check kernel crash dump. I have yet not used it and require advice from kernel developers.
Please kindly help me.
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