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November, 2005: Linux Kernel Debugging

[0]kdb> id kdb_TankDataArray [You can use a symbolic name or an address.]
0xdc1eab02:   jno   0xdc1eab79
0xdc1eab04:   gs
0xdc1eab05:   jae    0xdc1eab7b
0xdc1eab07:   push   %ebx
0xdc1eab08:   insb   (%dx),%es:(%edi)
0xdc1eab09:   popa
0xdc1eab0a:   jbe    0xdc1eab71
0xdc1eab0c:   sub    %dl,0x53(%ecx)
0xdc1eab0f:   je     0xdc1eab83
0xdc1eab11:   imul   $0x7453512c,0x67(%esi),%ebp
0xdc1eab18:   jb     0xdc1eab83
0xdc1eab1a:   outsb  %ds:(%esi),(%dx)
0xdc1eab1b:   addr16 sub $0x51,%al
0xdc1eab1e:   push   %ebx
0xdc1eab1f: je 0xdc1eab93
0xdc1eab21: imul $0x29,0x67(%esi),%ebp

Figure 2: Sample output of the KDB id command (x86 instruction set).

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