crash - commit various exceptions
crash will perform any one of fourteen illegal processor operations, any one of which should get it killed without causing the whole system to crash.
The operations are coded a through n and may be chosen on the command line. If no operation is chosen, a menu is displayed and a choice solicited.
Test f, which writes into the process's own code segment, will only cause a processor exception if you implement read-only code segments. Since this is not required, it is not required that test f pass.
However, using test f must not under any circumstances corrupt the code in the copy of crash on disk!
crash uses the following system calls:
crash should operate properly once the basic system call assignment is complete.