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SubjectRe: Mysterious 2.0.33 lockups
On Wed, 18 Feb 1998, Dan Hollis wrote:

> On Wed, 18 Feb 1998, Joe Konopka wrote:
> > I mounted the machine's nfs export from another linux box (2.0.30),
> > started the copy and left it unattended for awhile. Upon returning, the
> > 2.0.33 box was locked up solid -- no ctrl-alt-del, no switching VCs, no
> > network response at all. I have console blanking disabled, the console
> > was frozen as I left it, no errors, oopses or anything printed. Nothing
> > in the logs either.
>
> Did you try the right-alt + scroll-lock thing when it locked up?

Yes, tried that. No response at all.


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