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SubjectRe: 2.6.0-test9-mm4 (does not boot)

something similar:

catting /proc/bus/pnp/devices makes my system oops, doing it twice makes my
system crash :p

the oops looks very much like the oops (also bad EIP value, also no stack
trace) i get on boot with the first patch (below) applied. As i already
mailed, i need to revert that patch to make my system boot.

this oops happens with all 3 patches below reverted, so i guess it'll happen
too with stock test9.

would the -mm5 pnp-fix-4.patch be worth a try ? it seems related


Op Thursday 20 November 2003 16:22, schreef Andrew Morton:
> There are three pnpbios patches in -mm:
> It would help if you could determine which (if any) of these are causing
> the problem.  You can remove the patches with
>         cd /usr/src/linux
>         patch -p1 -R < ~/pnp-fix-3.patch

Frank Dekervel -
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