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#1 2007-10-21 19:39:39

aRcHaTe
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Core Dump oO?

i just updated my system..rebooted..and fot my surprise i get "CORE DUMP"! as my distro name....Jesus Christ some one just took a "dump" on my core? what happen to the cool distro names? snifff:(:(


Its a sick world we live in....

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#2 2007-10-21 21:10:15

robotangel
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Re: Core Dump oO?

"Core Dump"... lol
Unfourtunately I can't confirm this problem here...

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#3 2007-10-21 21:33:27

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Re: Core Dump oO?

sickhate wrote:

Jesus Christ some one just took a "dump" on my core?

Do you seriously not know what the term "core dump" means? And anyway, I believe it's supposed to be a play on words because of the new "core" repository.


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#4 2007-10-22 03:36:11

aRcHaTe
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Re: Core Dump oO?

stonecrest wrote:
sickhate wrote:

Jesus Christ some one just took a "dump" on my core?

Do you seriously not know what the term "core dump" means? And anyway, I believe it's supposed to be a play on words because of the new "core" repository.

Stone serious..i was kidding....never the less its a funny name and strange...i hope no one gets offended...still loving as allways arch wink

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#5 2007-10-31 21:59:10

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Re: Core Dump oO?

I was personally very disappointed to not see "don't panic!" when I booted. core dump is clever but I was hoping to finish the trilogy before arch switched.

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#6 2007-11-01 08:19:20

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Re: Core Dump oO?

Now it would have been more fun if they changed it from "Don't panic!" to "Panic!". :-)


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#7 2007-11-01 13:42:08

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Re: Core Dump oO?

@[vEX]: Core Dump already shocked me enough for the first moment...

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#8 2007-11-01 13:55:48

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Re: Core Dump oO?

I think, keeping with the theme, our next codename should be

kernel BUG at buffer.c:2570!   
invalid operand: 0000
CPU:    0
EIP:    0010:[<c013721e>]    Tainted: P
Using defaults from ksymoops -t elf32-i386 -a i386
EFLAGS: 00013206
eax: 000007ff   ebx: 0000000b   ecx: 00000800   edx: dfe2c600
esi: 00000002   edi: 00000b02   ebp: 00000000   esp: d07d5db4
ds: 0018   es: 0018   ss: 0018
Process mount (pid: 2557, stackpage=d07d5000)
Stack: 00000000 00000b02 00000200 00000000 00004480 c01351da 00000b02 00000000
       00000200 00000b02 d4d90400 00000000 00000001 c0135448 00000b02 00000000
       00000200 d07d5e08 e1cb67c3 00000b02 00000000 00000200 00000b02 00000001
Call Trace:    [<c01351da>] [<c0135448>] [<e1cb67c3>] [<e1cb5979>] [<e1cb6596>]
  [<c01f9cad>] [<c01385fc>] [<e1cba3f0>] [<e1cba3f0>] [<c01387db>] [<e1cba3f0>]
  [<c0148f19>] [<c01491e2>] [<c014903d>] [<c0149564>] [<c0106d43>]
Code: 0f 0b 0a 0a 1f 20 27 c0 8b 44 24 20 05 00 fe ff ff 3d 00 0e


>>EIP; c013721e <grow_buffers+3e/110>   <=====

>>eax; 000007ff Before first symbol
>>ecx; 00000800 Before first symbol
>>edx; dfe2c600 <_end+1fae1fc4/204fa9c4>
>>edi; 00000b02 Before first symbol
>>esp; d07d5db4 <_end+1048b778/204fa9c4>

Trace; c01351da <getblk+2a/50>
Trace; c0135448 <bread+18/70>
Trace; e1cb67c3 <[hfs]hfs_buffer_get+23/80>
Trace; e1cb5979 <[hfs]hfs_part_find+19/170>
Trace; e1cb6596 <[hfs]hfs_read_super+86/1c0>
Trace; c01f9cad <media_changed+3d/70>
Trace; c01385fc <get_sb_bdev+1dc/250>
Trace; e1cba3f0 <[hfs]hfs_fs+0/30>
Trace; e1cba3f0 <[hfs]hfs_fs+0/30>
Trace; c01387db <do_kern_mount+5b/110>
Trace; e1cba3f0 <[hfs]hfs_fs+0/30>
Trace; c0148f19 <do_add_mount+69/140>
Trace; c01491e2 <do_mount+152/170>
Trace; c014903d <copy_mount_options+4d/a0>
Trace; c0149564 <sys_mount+84/d0>
Trace; c0106d43 <system_call+33/38>

Code;  c013721e <grow_buffers+3e/110>
00000000 <_EIP>:
Code;  c013721e <grow_buffers+3e/110>   <=====
   0:   0f 0b                     ud2a      <=====
Code;  c0137220 <grow_buffers+40/110>
   2:   0a 0a                     or     (%edx),%cl
Code;  c0137222 <grow_buffers+42/110>
   4:   1f                        pop    %ds
Code;  c0137223 <grow_buffers+43/110>
   5:   20 27                     and    %ah,(%edi)
Code;  c0137225 <grow_buffers+45/110>
   7:   c0 8b 44 24 20 05 00      rorb   $0x0,0x5202444(%ebx)
Code;  c013722c <grow_buffers+4c/110>
   e:   fe                        (bad)  
Code;  c013722d <grow_buffers+4d/110>
   f:   ff                        (bad)  
Code;  c013722e <grow_buffers+4e/110>
  10:   ff                        (bad)  
Code;  c013722f <grow_buffers+4f/110>
  11:   3d 00 0e 00 00            cmp    $0xe00,%eax

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#9 2007-11-01 14:10:41

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Re: Core Dump oO?

@ Cerebral, You deserve an award for best *code* name. I just am worried about how long would it take for the entire code name to show at the boot process.


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#10 2007-11-01 21:56:16

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Re: Core Dump oO?

I think no matter what the code name is, "Don't Panic!" should greet us at every console login. smile

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#11 2007-11-02 15:03:01

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Re: Core Dump oO?

Keeping with the current trend, maybe the next code name should be "Oops I Did It Again"?

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#12 2007-11-03 00:18:08

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Re: Core Dump oO?

It's a bit wordy.  How about these:

aww snap
catastrof**k
meltdown
segfault
snafu


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#13 2007-11-17 04:47:58

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Re: Core Dump oO?

Anyone else get the sense that some linux rookie (with minimal programming experience) is going to successfully install Arch, then spend hours trouble shooting an odd "core dump" message.  Then when they finally think to look at the forums or wiki, they don't find it funny and leave Arch.


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#14 2007-11-17 11:50:52

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Re: Core Dump oO?

No but I really like Core dump.. Sounds hardcore.. But the mother of all names (or should I say father?):
"I am your father!"

--Edit

OOh.. Just found other ones:
"Scream!"
"Newtonian"
"Sacrebleu"
"Jippie Kie Yay"
"Eat my shorts"
"Dope!"
"Vivian" -- dont ask me..
"Wormhole"
"mommy"
"Swift Pasta!"
"Anti gravity boots"

--phew.. damn..  I just spitted out names like a machine gun.. I think I was possessed for a while..

Last edited by jinn (2007-11-17 12:01:19)


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#15 2007-11-17 16:21:43

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Re: Core Dump oO?

How about: "Kernel Panic", "Page Fault", "Divide By Zero", "Stack Overflow", "Sorry Dave", "Retry, Cancel, Abort", "Clippy for President!"

Call me crazy, I like error messages as release names.

Edit: Need a Matrix quote: "Only Human"

Last edited by Klepto (2007-11-17 16:28:34)


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#16 2007-11-17 16:44:59

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Re: Core Dump oO?

Klepto wrote:

"Sorry Dave"

WIN

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#17 2007-11-17 16:59:30

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Re: Core Dump oO?

I think 'Meltdown' would be appropriate for one of the next versions!

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#18 2007-11-17 19:14:44

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Re: Core Dump oO?

or as I already mentioned in another thread: This time a tribute to the arch-community and it's speciality to be flame-proof: "Asbestos", maybe even "DM_Asbestos" for the UT2k3-players... wink

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#19 2007-11-18 00:05:17

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Re: Core Dump oO?

Flying Saxman wrote:

This time a tribute to the arch-community and it's speciality to be flame-proof: "Asbestos",

Specialty to be flame-proof, and yet still cause serious medical concerns for people?  Eh, I'd pass on that.  XD

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#20 2007-11-18 01:07:13

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Re: Core Dump oO?

"He-Man" anyone?

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#21 2007-11-18 03:06:37

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Re: Core Dump oO?

foxbunny wrote:

"He-Man" anyone?

+1


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#22 2007-11-18 08:06:55

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Re: Core Dump oO?

Flying Saxman wrote:

or as I already mentioned in another thread: This time a tribute to the arch-community and it's speciality to be flame-proof: "Asbestos", maybe even "DM_Asbestos" for the UT2k3-players... wink

Asbestos causes cancer sad. I would feel slightly uncomfortable tongue.


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#23 2007-11-18 10:09:26

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Re: Core Dump oO?

Cerebral wrote:
Flying Saxman wrote:

This time a tribute to the arch-community and it's speciality to be flame-proof: "Asbestos",

Specialty to be flame-proof, and yet still cause serious medical concerns for people?  Eh, I'd pass on that.  XD

accepted... What other flame-proof-materials are out there? "concrete", sounds bad... is carbon flame-proof?

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#24 2007-11-19 01:35:08

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Re: Core Dump oO?

[vEX] wrote:

Now it would have been more fun if they changed it from "Don't panic!" to "Panic!". :-)

Yea, I like some derivation of this... "I changed my mind, PANIC!"


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#25 2007-11-19 03:42:40

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Re: Core Dump oO?

B wrote:
Flying Saxman wrote:

or as I already mentioned in another thread: This time a tribute to the arch-community and it's speciality to be flame-proof: "Asbestos", maybe even "DM_Asbestos" for the UT2k3-players... wink

Asbestos causes cancer sad. I would feel slightly uncomfortable tongue.

But isn't Linux a cancer; so wouldn't it be fitting that a release of ArchLinux(Asbestos) would give it to your hardware?.. terminally smile

Yes, that was in fact a cancer joke based off of a Microsoft marketing statement with a pun bonus multiplier at the end.  You saw it here first.


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