[TUHS] 211bsd kermit working

Will Senn will.senn at gmail.com
Mon Aug 10 11:42:53 AEST 2020

On 8/9/20 7:53 PM, Dave Horsfall wrote:
> On Sun, 9 Aug 2020, Will Senn wrote:
>> Well, that sure sounds easy. I found the core file and figured out that:
>> adb /usr/new/kermit kermit.core
>> was the incantation to load stuff into adb. $c is the stack trace:
>> $c
>> 0177520: ~signal(016,01) from ~sysinit+034
>> 0177542: ~sysinit() from ~main+010
>> 0177560: _main() from start+0104
>> adb> ^D
>> If this means it got signal 16... or 1 from the sysinit call (called 
>> from main), then according to man signal 16's urgent condition 
>> present on socket, and 01's just hangup. [...]
> Is not "016" octal i.e. 14 i.e. SIGTERM in older versions of *x?
> -- Dave
Good catch on the octal, but here's the list from man signal:

SIGALRM   14   alarm clock
SIGTERM   15   software termination signal
SIGURG    16@  urgent condition present on socket

So, SIGALRM? Hmm.. I'm prolly gonna try to rebuild as Warner suggests... 
if I can locate the src.


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