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    SubjectRe: Kernels 2.2.19-2.4.x. Why why why?
    On Wed, May 01, 2002 at 08:17:03PM +0200, Eugenij Butusov wrote:
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    > Dear Alan,

    Now we know where's the secret behind Alan's skills : he's not
    an human being but a distributed soul across humans subscribed to the
    lkml :-)

    > I'm writing to You because of my problem with kernels > 2.2.17.
    > This kernel is the last that works on my machine. I've tried almost
    > all, including 2.3.x and 2.5.x, but they simple don't work. After

    The IDE support for your chipset is known to have various quirks on 2.4.18
    and below.
    I don't follow 2.2 kernels so I've no advice for them. For 2.4 kernels
    please try at least 2.4.19-pre7 or 2.4.19-pre3-ac1.
    Trying 2.3.x kernels seems a waste of time (unless you points to the precise
    patch that brings instabilily to your system) and 2.5.x is audacious to say the
    least.

    Looking at the last kernel messages (/var/log/message) before your crashes
    might help locate the problem's origin.

    For guidelines on bug reporting, please take a look at the
    "REPORTING-BUGS" file at the root of your kernel source tree.

    LB.
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