Please quote the source so the team can negotiate rights if necessary.
we could create a black image showing the error message in kernelpanic-flavor.
like http://orionida.files.wordpress.com/2008/02/kernel-panic.jpg but with some other data and errors (404 should be shown somewhere)
It's not complete(as in, 25 rows of text) but maybe this is a start?
[<c0292932>] __get_page+0xe2/0x1d2 [<c0120423>] search_disk+0xe9/0x19d [<c09283d2>] search_backup_disk+0xf1/0x21 [<c0e29fa1>] search_frantically+0x12/0xe12 [<c0021df0>] __wait_on_server_magic+0x48/0x9 Warning: server_magic timeout reached! [<c0f2359d>] get_error_page+0x2/0xd34 [<c0d34a9d>] __alert_code_monkeys+0x03/0xe9d Warning: code_monkeys not responding to messages [<c0a92d92>] __render_error_page+0x0/0x404 [<c02a94da>] render_404_error_page+0x0/0x0 Server panic - Aiee, your file was not found!
I made it community wiki, so edit this to be more complete, then just put it on your favorite terminal and screen shot it (or if you want to be really awesome, recompile linux and put in these functions and make the linux kernel actually say this, and then screen shot it)
We couldn't find the page you were looking for...
Looks like Tux tried the rm -rf / command again. We really need to take that computer away from him.
cat: /foo/bar: No such file or directory
Maybe not cat, but how about GET:
HTTP GET: http://unix.stackexchange.com/foo/bar: No such file or directory
(Does it really have to be an image?)
How about this as a U&L 404 "image" ? I tried to simulate loading (mounting) a URL, then a have a generalized
fsck error message related to failing to find a URL.
# mount /http/URL /dev/console mount: special device /http/URL does not exist # fsck /http/url fsck 1.43.1 (29-Jun-2016) fsck: No such file or directory while trying to open /http/url The superblock could not be read or does not describe a correct URL. If the device is valid and it really contains a URL (and not swap or ufs or something else), then the superblock is corrupt, and you might try running fsck with an alternate superblock. You are now being dropped into an emergency shell. #