Re: Black box flight recorder for Linux
From: Jan Engelhardt
Date: Tue Apr 11 2006 - 07:21:37 EST
>> Now, the question I have is, if I write values to RAM, do any of those
>> values survive a reset? If any did survive, one could use them to
>> store oops output in. [...]
>I think the most trivial and reliable way would be to solder some
>I^2 or similar EEPROM chip to, for example, parallel port connector.
My turn. If the NVRAM was not so small on x86, you could easily put an Oops
in there. Somewhat portable, I guess.
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