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    SubjectRe: PROBLEM: BUG: unable to handle kernel paging request at ffff81013a612000
    Hi,

    Vegard Nossum wrote:
    > It seems that you have three proprietary modules loaded: vmnet, vmmon,
    > and nvidia (identified by the (P) suffix in module list above).
    > Especially the vmnet and vmmon modules which have been loaded forcibly
    > (the F suffix).
    >
    > This means that it will be very hard for the mainline developers to
    > debug your problem. Most likely your report will be ignored.
    >
    > I suggest starting your system without loading these kernel modules in
    > the first place. Note: It is important that the modules are not loaded
    > in the first place. Simply unloading them won't work, as the damage
    > may have been done already. If you can reproduce the problem when
    > these modules have not been loaded, then I am sure it will be
    > inspected properly.
    >
    > If you cannot reproduce the problem, however, I would try to narrow
    > down the problem by loading only one or the other of the modules, then
    > contact the vendor(s) of the offending modules.
    >
    > The easiest way to prevent a module from loading at boot is to remove
    > the corresponding .ko file from /lib/modules/<kernel-version>/. (But
    > keep the original file if you want to move it back later.)
    >
    As suggested I've removed all proprietary modules and am using the nv
    xorg module for now.
    Should that bug occur again, I'll let you know :-).

    Thanks

    --
    regards,

    Georges Toth



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