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    SubjectRe: total freeze - 2.0.23/2.0.24/2.0.25

    In linux.dev.kernel, article <199611210920.JAA02076@tiny1.demon.co.uk>,
    Paul Dunne <paul@tiny1.demon.co.uk> writes:
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    > Kernel v2.0.23, previously very stable, now freezes within a day,
    > as do 2.0.24 and 2.0.25. Only changes: adding a local network and
    > a dumb terminal. My gcc version is 2.7.2; my binutils are 2.6.0.14.

    You probably have some sort of memory corruption.

    It happened on a box I was installing yesterday, and on our main Netnews
    server. :-( Both problems were instantly fixed by defenestrating(*) the
    SIMMS the boxes came with and replacing them with new ones.

    --
    (*):
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    Don't do this with your Apple computer.
    -- from the index of one of Apple's earlier manuals
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