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SubjectRe: setting kernel panic to reboot

I have this problem with old kernel version 1.2.13
WHen I try to use the patch..it doesn't work. No source changes occurs
using patch -p0 reset_on_panic-patch.
Anyone had this prob?


Atenciosamente,

Isamar Maia ||| mailto:isamar@magiclink.com.br vox: 071.351.1615
MagicLink Systems Salvador - BA - Brazil Pager: 071.242.9955 #6059
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On 22 Jul 1996, Miquel van Smoorenburg wrote:

> In article <9607211111.AA29506=aeb@zeus-184.cwi.nl>,
> <Andries.Brouwer@cwi.nl> wrote:
> >Patrick Main:
> >
> >: for Linux 2.0 i ssee that linux/kernel/panic.c seems to have
> >: the reboot on kernel panic patch developed for 1.3.57 already
> >
> >See proc(5) if you have recent manpages.
>
> The file panic gives r/w access to the kernel
> variable panic_timeout. If this is zero, the
> kernel will loop on a panic; if nonzero it
> indicates that the kernel should autoreboot after
> this number of minutes.
> ^^^^^^^
> should be seconds.
>
> Mike.
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> Miquel van | Cistron Internet Services -- Alphen aan den Rijn.
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>


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