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    * Andrea Arcangeli <andrea@suse.de> [021130 19:47]:

    >> > I'm about to try 2.4.20-jam0, -aa derived. I'll post results from that
    >> > kernel later.

    >> aa runs beautifully but it locked up once on me..

    >send me SYSRQ+T SYSRQ+P and everything else you know about it. if you
    >have AGP enabled try to reproduce with 10_x86-fast-pte-2 backed out.

    I spoke too fast. Just after sending the e-mail, I kept reading the
    mailing-list within mutt while compiling sane-backends and it locked up.
    It's the first time I try kmsgdump, which comes included in -aa, I
    dumped the info to a FAT12 disk. Yet the messages.txt I found on the
    disk shows nothing.
    I attach it anyway, just in case, since it is 16384 bytes in size but
    doubt it'll be of any use.
    How else can I take down the kernel dump without any additional computer
    at hand? I'd prefer not having to write it down, ... but I'll do it if
    there's no other way.


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    Javier Marcet <jmarcet@pobox.com>
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