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From: (John F Haugh II)
Newsgroups: alt.sources
Subject: beta test release of crash 2.0 for SCO Xenix
Summary: latest kernel snooper for SCO Xenix 2.2.3
Message-ID: <>
Date: 27 Feb 91 15:42:08 GMT
Distribution: alt
Organization: River Parishes Programming, Austin TX
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This is the latest version of the crash dump analyzer for SCO Xenix.
It was started in 1988 because SCO doesn't include the crash command.
I have added a few features recently because of discussions in
comp.unix.wizards about snooping around the kernel.  I use this command
to determine what is wedged and why.

As always, constructive comments are appreciated and earn you a place
in the README file.  Flames are ignored for the most part.

Unshar and enjoy!
John F. Haugh II                             UUCP: ...!!rpp386!jfh
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"I've never written a device driver, but I have written a device driver manual"
                -- Robert Hartman, IDE Corp.

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