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Hmm, OK, I downloaded 2.4.13-0.3 RPMs from Rawhide (ya, I'm a wuss, oh
well) and it didn't like my laptop at all.

Sound did work somewhat better... XMMS didn't skip and freeze, and
cat'ing a wav to /dev/dsp didn't finish immediately (looked like it was
taking time to play, actually), but I still heard no sound. I *did*
check the mixer, and all the relevant devices are right on up there.

HOwever, 2.4.13 started freaking on me. My project I was working on
ceased to compile (gcc kept crashing, which it didn't do on 2.4.12), and
when I shut down the machine to reboot into 2.4.12, I saw a bunch of
kernel oops error message, the first of which was the VM, which had
decided to kill "sh".

In any event, I have no clue how to debug a kernel properly properly, so
I don't know what more to say. Perhaps someone can give me some
pointers? Or this is a known issue that has aready been rectified?

BTW, I won't be on the list much longer, the traffic is killer. ~,^ So
please make sure CC's or whatnot have me in them.

Thanks,
Sean Etc.

On Fri, 2001-11-02 at 12:51, Sean Middleditch wrote:
> OK, will do that. RedHat uses your kernel trees, right? I'll download
> new RPM's from rawhide if they're there (I'm in no hurry.)
>
> Thanks!
> Sean Etc.
>
> On Fri, 2001-11-02 at 11:21, Alan Cox wrote:
> > Try the current 2.4.13-ac ones - there are some via audio updates there
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