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SubjectRe: Mysterious reboot


On Mon, 9 Dec 1996, Thomas Koenig wrote:

> This was with 2.0.27. The machine mysteriously rebooted when I was
> away, the office was locked, and everybody who had a key claimed to be
> away.

huh, i think there is a pattern: [there were similar reports]

1- you have NT activities on the net

2- 2.0.27 has the new SMBFS long filename fixes.

3- you have SMBFS enabled, as a module, but you have long filename
support compiled into the kernel. Isnt this lethal if the NT server
broadcasts some silly SMB stuff and your idle machine has the module
unloaded?

-- mingo


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