smbmount segmentation fault

Urban Widmark urban at
Thu May 23 12:37:01 GMT 2002

On Thu, 23 May 2002, Marco Tizzoni wrote:

> Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address c8000000

Strictly speaking not a samba-technical issue (linux-kernel because it is
about the linux kernel or samba because tridge put that list as the list
for smbfs questions). The thing that crashed, at least initially, was
probably not smbmount but ls.

This patch should fix your problem:

Or just move on to 2.4.19-preX

> Call Trace: [<c0146280>] [<c8aa32a4>] [<c0146280>]
> [<c8aa4328>] [<c0146280>]
>     [<c0146280>] [<c0145e29>] [<c0146280>] [<c014642f>]
> [<c0146280>]
> [<c01261e5>]
>     [<c01070eb>]
> Code: 0f b6 06 49 46 89 c2 c1 e8 04 c1 e2 04 8d 14 1a 01 c2 83 f9

And normally you are supposed to run these through ksymoops because it is
impossible to know what function is located at 0xc8aa32a4.


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