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SubjectRe: Intel D945GNT crashes with AGP enabled
On Fri, Oct 28, 2005 at 03:38:35PM +0200, Marcel Holtmann wrote:
> The problematic part is the Intel AGP module (intel_agp), because if I
> don't compile it the system works fine. There is an oops coming, but so
> far I wasn't able to get it out. Does anyone have seen this problem
> before and have some patches for me to try? Otherwise I need to try to
> get this oops message.

You never mentioned what kernel you're running.
If it's a recent -mm, there's an AGP optimisation patch to do less
frequent TLB flushes, which may be worth backing out.

If you're running mainline, I'm puzzled.
It'd be useful to see that oops.

Dave

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