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To: cipe-l,AT,inka,DOT,de
Subject: Re: Kernel oops on Suse 9.1
From: Sascha Wuestemann <sascha,AT,killerhippy,DOT,de>
Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 20:03:40 +0200
In-reply-to: <4253D4E4.6070307@tabi.org>
Mail-followup-to: Sascha Wuestemann <sascha@killerhippy.de>, cipe-l@inka.de
References: <425336DB.5040809@tabi.org> <4253D4E4.6070307@tabi.org>

On Wed, Apr 06, 2005 at 07:24:04AM -0500 or thereabouts, Timur Tabi wrote:
> Timur Tabi wrote:
> >I see from the archives I'm not the only one with this problem.  Here's 
> >the kernel panic I get.  Fortunately, I'm a Linux driver developer by 
> >day, so I'm going to try debugging this.
> Ok, the fix was to turn off register parameters, which I discovered by 
> chance reading the archive.  Why isn't this information documented in the 
> README or something?  Better yet, why doesn't 'configure' detect that the 
> option is on, and tell me that it needs to be turned off?

maybe the developers need "Feature request" key word to grep the right
mail? :-)


currently I am (slowly) detecting, how _my_ kernel oops come.

I have immediately oops at gentoo kernel v2.6.8-rc4 and random oops at 
2.4.28-gentoo-r8, too, and 2.6.x kernels in between. Maybe hardware related,
maybe not, I am still not shure.

Currently I am building a parallel system to have alternate hardware to

don't expect a further note too soon, because my time is little to look at
this, and the corresponding computers old and slow (333 and 350MHz and I do
insist to have it run at gentoo ...)


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