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SubjectRe: Bug in 2.2 kernels (mysterious hangs after freeing unused memory)
On Sun, Jan 07, 2001 at 07:21:08PM +0100, Blizbor wrote:
> I have found something weird in kernel 2.2.17.
> After installation on the Pentium PRO equipped machine,
> I have moved hard disk to another one, but equipped
> with AMD-K5 and after encountering problems I moved again
> this disk to machine equipped with Intel Pentium MMX.
>
> On all machines except Pentium PRO boot process was stopping
> after freeing unused kernel memory.

A kernel compiled and optimised for a PPro does not neccesarily run on
an AMD K5 or a Pentium MMX.


Erik

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