My original question:
> When I do a 'ps' command, it gives the following error:
> ps: /dev/mem: error on kas: bad address
> ps: could not read kernel VM
Thanks to Carl Hughey (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> Make sure the kernel you're running is actually the /vmunix file. Apparently
> ps looks at the file /vmunix for information. If you boot with an alternate
> kernel file name, you'll get similar errors.
> Another possibilty is that you didn't get a clean kernel build. May want to
> try recompiling your kernel and checking for errors.
Thanks to Tim Rosmus (email@example.com):
> Sounds like you rebuilt and installed a new kernel in /vmunix, but forgot
> to reboot.
Thanks to Mike Frizzell (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> have you not rebooted since your rebuilt your kernel???
I have opted to re-install the OS and go with just the recommended set of
Thanks to all who replied for the speed of response and the helpful ideas.
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