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SubjectRe: 2.6.8-rc2 crashes
On Wednesday 28 July 2004 07:38, Andy Whitcroft wrote:
>> I just had another crash/lockup, running 2.6.8-rc2-bk3
>> At the instant, I was looking thru the menu's of the new
>> kde3.3-beta2, in the window decoration, themes etc menu,
>> where it got 14% loaded in a 60 megabyte file and it went
>> away.
>Confused. Previously (below) you were running 2.6.8-rc2 so the
> problem was in that version but not in -rc1 if I read you
> correctly. So I would expect you to be testing 2.6.8-rc1-bkN
> snapshots to see where your breakage was introduced.

I was having mobo problems back about rc1 times, so I'm not able to
positively say that rc1 did/did not do it. I tried to make that
clear in a later message but must not have been. Motherboard, cpu,
memory and psu are all fresh now.

As this mobo contains the nforce2 chipset, now running the reverse
engineered driver, how far back can I go without running into
problems with it?

>> I have now had 4 crashes while running 2.6.8-rc2, the last one
>> requiring a full powerdown before the intel-8x0 could
>> re-establish control over the sound.
>> I'd revert to rc1, but I'd have to figure out a way to use this
>> .config
>As viro put it:
>>It goes like that:
>>2.6.7 + 7-bk<n>
>>2.6.7 + 8-rc1
>>2.6.7 + 8-rc1 + 8-rc1-bk<n>
>>2.6.7 + 8-rc2
>>2.6.7 + 8-rc2 + 8-rc2-bk<n>

Cheers, Gene
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