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SubjectRe: hang with 2.4.14 & vmware 3.0.x, anyone else seen this?
As a matter of fact, yes.  In fact, I think this was actually to problem
I encountered a few days ago that I reported (I thought it was a loopback
problem). I'm running on a DELL Optiplex GX1 though.

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> On Thu, Nov 08, 2001 at 11:34:38PM +0000, Petr Vandrovec wrote:
> > If you see something different from your box, or from your VMs, tell me.
> > But adding some SCSI adapter is beyond PCI slots of my box. I also
> > assume that you are using released VMware version, build 1455.
>
> Yeah, using VMware build 1455 on ABit BP-6 with 2 * Celeron 466@466, 768 MB RAM
> (dirt cheap nowadays so why not...), 2 * Maxtor 40GB IDE on BX controller, HPT
> controller not in use, Matrox G400. I've seen the rtc: blah errors, stressed
> the box to its limits with VM's with Linux/WinXP, and every now and then...
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> it just freezes... (only when using a Linus kernel, and only when using VMware)
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> I'll try 2.4.15pre, maybe it helps...
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> Cheers//Frank
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