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SubjectRe: 2.4.0-test12 randomly hangs up
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> Maybe it's the 3.3.6.  RH 7.0 comes with 4.0.1, and a newer glibc. 
> Perhaps try recompiling XFree86 against the latest RH 7.0 glibc (2.1.94)
> and see what happens, or upgrade your XFree86 to the standard RH 7.0
> XFree86 4.0.1.
>
> --
> Matthew Vanecek

Nope, it dies even with my handbuilt XFree86 4.0.1 DRI (Slack7.0) on
plain KDE2.0.1. I have no extra patches in kernel and quite common HW
[ Celeron 433, 192MB of RAM, 13GB HDD ( ext2 & vfat partitioned ),
PCI NE2000 NIC, ES1371 sound, Intel BX chipset board and ATI
Radeon32DDR - maybe the new MTRR stuff is not working right ? ] At
least it was running fine with test11 and with test11-ac4

Regards,
Petr


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