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SubjectRe: Redhat 6.2 Panic in boot
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On Wed, 13 Sep 2000 23:35:55 -0300, 
Gianluca Brigandi <sysec@ciudad.com.ar> wrote:
>I just installed succesfully the RedHat 6.2 in a 1000Mhz AMD server.
>After I reboot, being finished the installation, the kernel starts and
>crashes in
>the following panic:
>
>disabling CPUID serial number general protection fault: 0000
>(...reg dump...)
>Kernel panic: attempted to kill the idle task!
>
>Any clue about this?

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