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SubjectRe: Where are you going with 2.4.x?
On Sun, Feb 11, 2001 at 08:01:48PM +0200, Andriy Korud wrote:
> Alan> What is the oops data before the kernel panic. I need that to debug the
> Alan> driver. Also did you build the DAC960 support with gcc 2.96-x x<74 ?
> My system compiler is:
> gcc version egcs-2.91.66 19990314/Linux (egcs-1.1.2 release)
> Shoud I upgrade it to gcc 2.95.x or 2.96.x?
> And since my last post 2.4.1-ac8 crashed again with:
> kswapd: Cannot dereference NULL pointer.
> On the next crash I'll try write down all traces.
> BTW, is there some way to log it somewhere to file?

Considering this is an enterprise-server, you should have a serial-console
to it; this will allow you to log all error-messages. Alternatively
(not as nice, though), is to connect a printer to the parallel-port and
use the parallelconsole option.

Then there's always the LKCD-patches, by SGI, if I'm not all wrong.

/David Weinehall
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