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SubjectRe: Kernel "Oops" output
> tried to find the "opps" output in the /var/log/messages file but there is
> nothing there. The system hangs at the last line of the oops output to the
> screen and will not accept any commands. The only recourse at this point is
> to "CTRL-ALT-DEL" and let the system reboot.
> The oops out follows:
> Power down
> general protection fault: f000
> CPU: 0
> EIP: 005: [<00008865>]

That is a bug in the APM BIOS on your machine. Upgrading to 2.2.19 and
enabling the real mode bios poweroff might help..
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