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SubjectRe: [PATCH] again: Re: Athlon kernel crash (i686 works)
> Hi!
>
> > Could my random kernel oopses be caused by that bug?
>
> I'm not sure, but I think no. If you hit this bug, you're even not able to
> start Linux. In most - if not all - reported cases, the computers did not
> reach the shell. They oopsed e.g. at init or shortly after passing it.

Ok, so is not that bug, I get an oops only once in a week.

>
> > I have a VIA (ASUS A7V) cipset an K7 1000Mhz, and sometimes the
>
> VIA KT133A ?

Yes. I just updated to 2.4.10, so I will wait a few days and see what happens. By now I haven't had any crash (but the analog.o one, which is already fixed).
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