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[PATCH] [FEATURE] Core dump handling again



I added a third patch which replaces problematic strstr with a little more sophisticated parsing in init. I tried to avoid calling glib as we do not use it anywhere else in init.

Following three patches contain the functionality of "devel" mode. If init encounters "devel" as a single word on the boot prompt, it enables fallback shell, coredumps and passes --devel to loader.

When loader encounters --devel, it disables internal segfault routines and just crashes in the case of error.

The core file/logs then can be collected and evaluated. This we couldn't do before, because the system almost immediately rebooted with no chance for the operator to access any files from the ramdisc. 


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