Stress tests operating system stability
crashme generates strings of random bytes and then attempts to execute
them. Used to test kernel stability.
**WARNING** While Linux has been known to survive days and weeks of crashme,
IT IS NOT GUARANTEED THAT YOUR SYSTEM WILL SURVIVE! DO NOT USE THIS PROGRAM
UNLESS YOU REALLY WANT TO CRASH YOUR COMPUTER
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/ __| '__/ _` / __| '_ \| '_ ` _ \ / _ \
| (__| | | (_| \__ \ | | | | | | | | __/
\___|_| \__,_|___/_| |_|_| |_| |_|\___|
... for Debian!
So, you want to crash your computer, but pulling the processor out is
getting boring? crashme is for you! crashme works by generating strings of
crashme - test operating environment software robustness
crashme [NBYTES] [SRAND] [NTRYS] [NSUB] [VERBOSE]
crashme is a very simple program that tests the operating
environment's robustness by invoking random data as if it
were a procedure. The standard
crashme (2.4-9) unstable; urgency=low
* Adopt the package (Closes: #353388).
* Conform to policy with CFLAGS set to "-O2 -g -Wall".
* Fix resulting gcc warnings from turning on "-Wall".
-- Aurélien GÉRÔME <email@example.com> Mon, 31 Jul 2006 14:41:43 +0200
crashme (2.4-8) unstable; urgency=low
* QA upload.
* debian/postinst: Remove; /usr/doc already handled by the old prerm.
This package was created by Jay Kominek <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Sunday
the 7th of June, 1998.
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