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SubjectAMD K5 Divide error with 2.0.0
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I have installed the SUSE Linux on a brand new AMD K5 machine with 8MB of RAM, and things (lots of different things) keep dying with a divide by zero error:

Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: divide error: 0000
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: CPU: 0
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: EIP: 0010:[<0010eb66>]
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: EFLAGS: 00010046
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: eax: 00000000 ebx: 458e1d85 ecx: 00000f54 edx: 000026f8
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: esi: e9cf9b4a edi: 00000000 ebp: bffff280 esp: 006a1f88
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: ds: 0018 es: 0018 fs: 002b gs: 002b ss: 0018
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: Process yast (pid: 4683, process nr: 22, stackpage=006a1000)
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: Stack: 006a1fb0 00000246 bffff4a0 0010ec56 bffff2a0 bffff298 00115aec 006a1fb0
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: 00031414 bffff2d4 321993aa 000afc80 0010a492 bffff2a0 bffff298 000000b0
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: bffff2d4 bffff4a0 bffff280 ffffffda 0000002b 0000002b 0000002b 0000002b
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: Call Trace: [<0010ec56>] [<00115aec>] [<0010a492>]
Aug 20 12:30:02 (none) kernel: Code: f7 f1 a3 7c d5 20 00 89 c3 0f 31 31 d2 29 f0 f7 e3 81 fa f7

I noticed one other message (from Danny ter Haar) about this about a month ago in dejanews, but there were no answers. Too bad!

If anyone has anyother ideas, or even better, patches, let me know.

Mike

I will try adding more memory (though it won't be EDO)
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