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Re: [bluetooth-dev] Trap from kernel when using btcon : precisions
On Fri, 20 Jul 2001 11:27:24 +0200 (MEST) email@example.com wrote:
> the function sends a PN (Port Negotiation command). the PN command is
> mandatory for compliance to the v1.1 of the Bluetooth(tm) specifications.
> maybe a memory overrun occured.
> p.s. i can reproduce the problem you have on my environment.
> (2.2.14 RH Linux + OpenBT 0.0.5)
If I understand well, you can have the same error on a RH 2.2.14 ? How can
you do to have the same problem on a 2.2.14 ? I never saw it on the PC when
I tested the stack under 2.2.14 ...
> peace, mela.
> > Hello,
> > I sent a question about a kernel panic yesterday. I know now exactly where
> > it crashes, but I can't understand why (note : I use now version 0.0.5
> > which has the same bug).
> > The crashes occurs on line :
> > pn_pkt->frame_size = frame_size;
> > in the function send_pn_msg(...) of file "rfcomm.c".
> > First thing : I didn't understand very well what do the function. Is it an
> > required operation for connection ?
> > And if someone has an idea why it crashes in the middle of a variable
> > initialization, pleast tell me..
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