[SOLVED] CAS `solve` crash on simple expression with two variables

12182016, 06:25 AM
(This post was last modified: 12182016 08:34 AM by danielmewes.)
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[SOLVED] CAS `solve` crash on simple expression with two variables
UPDATE: I got this working by reflashing the firmware, using the procedure described here http://www.hpmuseum.org/forum/thread404...l#pid65729 . So it looks like this was a false alarm.
Steps to reproduce: 1. Enter CAS mode 2. Enter `solve(x*y=0)` 3. Press Enter to evaluate 4. If the calculator doesn't reboot immediately, copy and evaluate the command a few more times (the first time seems to be enough to corrupt memory, but it doesn't always reboot immediately) Observed behavior: Calculator reboots Software Version: 2016 08 29 (10637) I did a reset to factory settings. I also tried reproducing this on the Android emulator, but wasn't able to do so. I'm not sure if this is a regression or not. Is anyone still running an older firmware and willing to test this out? Video of the crash: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6dDDgE1QcE 

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[SOLVED] CAS `solve` crash on simple expression with two variables  danielmewes  12182016 06:25 AM
RE: [Bug] CAS `solve` crash on simple expression with two variables  danielmewes  12182016, 07:00 AM
RE: [Bug] CAS `solve` crash on simple expression with two variables  parisse  12182016, 08:25 AM
RE: [Bug] CAS `solve` crash on simple expression with two variables  danielmewes  12182016, 08:31 AM
RE: [SOLVED] CAS `solve` crash on simple expression with two variables  DrD  12182016, 10:08 AM

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