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SubjectRe: Kernels 2.2.19-2.4.x. Why why why?
On Wed, 1 May 2002, Eugenij Butusov wrote:

> 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.

Have you tried 2.2.21-rc3?

[...]
> PROC: p200MMX
> MB: pc chips, SiS, tx-pro m570(v12), apg, 1MB L2 cache, onboard soundpro
> MEM: 64MB sdram
> GFX: diamond viper v330 agp (4mb)
> NIC: realtek8139 (D-Link NetEasy)
> HDD: 2x3.2GB (samsung & seagate, both udma33)

Assuming I have you right that 2.2.17 works reliably and 2.2.18 fails
reliably, then perhaps:

(a) have a look through the changelog at
http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.2/linux-2.2.18.log and see if
there's anything likely -OR-
(b) do a binary search of 2.2.18-pre* to find just where it breaks.

The point is to narrow down the patch which broke things for you.

HTH,
Neale.

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