From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2001-11-27 04:00:41
I decided to put out one more patch before heading off to Linux-Kongress.
So, this one:
Fixes ^S and ^Q.
mconsole commands can now run from either interrupt context or process
context. The ones that run from interrupt context are now much more
likely to happen when UML is sick.
There is now an mconsole 'cad' command, which simulates Ctrl-Alt-Del. The
default effect is to run a clean reboot, which is what you'd expect. This
is implemented in the driver, so there's no need to update the client.
UML will now boot with 'con=pty', although the console output never
appears on its assigned pty for some reason. Otherwise, it seems healthy.
Core dump support is now there, except that the registers aren't
dumped correctly, so they don't make gdb very happy.
Cleans up a bunch of code.
It's available as always at