> Only, with the former, I get to restart the application everytime it
> croaks, with the latter (modules excluded) I have to reboot. This is
> much more time consuming and means you really have to be much smarter
> about what checks and printk statements you put in where... the hope
> is with more intelligent debugging aids I can glean more information
> for each reboot.
I do recall reading something a while back about using VMWare to simulate
an operating environment so that you don't have to actually reboot your
workstation. I haven't tried this and don't know all of the details, but
it seems like a great idea.
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