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SubjectRe: pre-patch-2.0.31-9 OOPSs
In article <m0x920i-000CdYC@nevets.oau.org> you write:
>Someone mentioned that my old gcc (2.7.2) might be the cause of my OOPS's,
>so today I compiled the kernel on a RedHat 4.2 machine with gcc 2.7.2.1,
>and of course, I got a huge oops as soon as I started up trn. I'm running
>inn 1.5.1-6 and trn locally. Inn is fed via rnews via uucp batch.
[...]
>Meanwhile, my system has locked up when I wasnt home several times, so
>I'd declare at least this patched version of 2.0.31 very unstable. I

Hmm, this is just a wild guess, but take the following rule into
account:

RULE 1. If your system appears very unstable, try slower DRAM timings.

hjb

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Uncle Ed's Rule of Thumb: Never use your thumb for a rule.
You'll either hit it with a hammer or get a splinter in it.


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