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RE: Errors Help need.



Hi, 

The bluez guys said to update bluez?. Kernel again panics when I try to write something to a bluetooth socket. However this time, every trace leads to different results. However they have things in common. Below you can find two traces, given by the same program :):
Trace; c0008408 <printk+0/144>
Trace; c005d836 <sys_msgsnd+ea/284>
Trace; c005d992 <sys_msgsnd+246/284>
Trace; c005da6c <sys_msgrcv+9c/2de>
Trace; c0008408 <printk+0/144>
Trace; c005fcfe <sys_shmctl+4de/786>
Trace; c005faf8 <sys_shmctl+2d8/786>
Trace; c005d656 <sys_msgctl+5e2/69c>
Trace; c008b0fc <flash_probe+80/c8>
Trace; c005e4c6 <semctl_nolock+d2/1fa>
Trace; c005c910 <grow_ary+48/6c>
Trace; c005e39a <copy_semid_to_user+4e/a8>
Trace; c005c910 <grow_ary+48/6c>
Trace; c005c91a <grow_ary+52/6c>
Trace; c0087a8c <e100rxtx_interrupt+2e/1a4>
Trace; c005c910 <grow_ary+48/6c>
Trace; c005c91a <grow_ary+52/6c>
Trace; c005c962 <ipc_addid+2e/90>
Trace; c000407a <rest_init+2a/2c>
And another trace (oops:0002)
Oops: 0Trace; c0008408 <printk+0/144>
Trace; c005d836 <sys_msgsnd+ea/284>
Trace; c005d992 <sys_msgsnd+246/284>
Trace; c005da6c <sys_msgrcv+9c/2de>
Trace; c0008408 <printk+0/144>
Trace; c005fcfe <sys_shmctl+4de/786>
Trace; c005faf8 <sys_shmctl+2d8/786>
Trace; c005d656 <sys_msgctl+5e2/69c>

The trace seems that there is some share memory error? What do you think this can caused by? 

Thanks in advance
Murat Loo


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