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10.4: Avoid kernel panics with the Contivity VPN Client
Authored by: sgasp on Oct 26, '05 11:55:57PM


It happens as well with 3.2. It did improve with 10.4.2. In fact I suspect the extension to corrupt the kernel when unloaded. So on 10.4.2 the corruption seems less critical and allow the system to shutdown.

On 10.4.1 it was almost systematic, very less frequent on 10.4.2.

without my patch try
sudo /Library/StartupItems/Nleac/Nleac restart

You should experience a kernel panic.

I have traced system call when unloading and there is things going wrong.
Apani is aware of the issue since June, but I guess there is not enough people complaining for them to solve the issue.

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