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SubjectRe: Oops in 2.4.0-ac5
Hans Grobler wrote:
>
> On Wed, 10 Jan 2001, Nathan Walp wrote:
> > Here it is... I opted to cut out the 1200-odd warnings, which from the
> > look of them were all because i'm running it under 2.4.0-ac4 (which
> > boots fine).
>
> Thanks! My local mirror does not have -ac5 yet so I can't help
> immediately. From the -ac5 log & the oops it looks as if Ingo's change
> isn't quite complete yet...
>
> o Uniprocessor APIC support/NMI wdog etc (Ingo Molnar)
>
> Until then, what about disabling APIC support and trying again. This
> will help confirm it... although it looks pretty definite.
>
> -- Hans

I noticed (and was told by someone else) that it was APIC related. I
looked, and realized that IO-APIC got selected between my compiles of
ac4 and ac5. I recompiled ac5 w/o the IO-APIC stuff, and still got an
oops. So, i recompiled without ANY APIC stuff, and it booted fine, but
then had the same problems I was having w/ 2.4.1-pre1 related to X and
(maybe) the framebuffer. But that's a whole different story that I
think has been brought up in another thread.

Guess I'm back to -ac4 for now ;-)


Thanks,
Nathan
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