What kernel are you using? Most likely someone stick a little
printk in your do_cpu() function.
On Wed, Feb 12, 2003 at 07:28:34PM +0530, Ashish anand wrote:
> I have a quick and small question..
> if after booting linux when i try to execute shell and other user space
> commands i get few coprocessor unusable exceptions resulting in messages
> Got cpu at 2aac289c.
> Got cpu at 2aac28a0.
> Got cpu at 2aac28a4.
> Got cpu at 2aac28a8.
> Got cpu at 2aac28dc.
> Got cpu at 2aac287c.
> Got cpu at 2aac2880.
> Got cpu at 2aac2884.
> where does fault it indicates for..?
> Can I ignore it ..?
> Best Regards,
> Ashish Anand