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Old 01-18-2009, 12:56 PM
dave
 
Default Kernel 2.6.26 ... terminal messages

Jarom├*r Mike┼í wrote:



< ------------ P┼»vodn├* zpr├íva ------------
< Od: dave <drbudo@ntlworld.com>
< P┼Öedm─Ťt: Re: [64studio-users] Kernel 2.6.26 ... terminal messages
< Datum: 18.1.2009 13:00:41
< ----------------------------------------
< Ralf Mardorf wrote:
< > Folderol wrote:
< > < >> On Sun, 18 Jan 2009 12:23:55 +0100
< >> Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf@alice-dsl.net> wrote:
< >>
< >> < >> < >>> dave wrote:
< >>> < >>> < >>>> Jarom├*r Mike┼í wrote:
< >>>> < >>>> < >>>>> Hello all,
< >>>>>
< >>>>> I am just curious what these messages in my terminal means
... never

< >>>>> saw something like this before.
< >>>>>
< >>>>> Cheers
< >>>>>
< >>>>> mira
< >>>>>
< >>>>>
< >>>>> Message from syslogd@64studio at Sat Jan 17 05:37:06 2009 ...
< >>>>> 64studio kernel: [27936.103287] Trying to fix it up, but a
reboot is

< >>>>> needed
< >>>>>
< >>>>> Message from syslogd@64studio at Sat Jan 17 05:37:06 2009 ...
< >>>>> 64studio kernel: [27936.103270] page:c14c0770 flags:0x40000000
< >>>>> mapping:c14c0780 mapcount:0 count:0
< >>>>> < >>>>> < >>>>> < >>>> Hi Mira,
< >>>>
< >>>> I am also finding with searches that I'm reading reports
regarding:

< >>>>
< >>>> ram, memory, or Hypertreading doesn't work with all the
Motherboards.

< >>>>
< >>>> Cheers,
< >>>> dave.
< >>>> < >>>> < >>> I might be totally wrong with
reinstalling firefox, but I remember that
< >>> some years ago I often had to reinstall firefox and also to
remove the
< >>> folder for firefox in /home/user, because of some strange
behaviour,
< >>> that seems to be caused by bad hardware (resp. it wasn't clear
what was
< >>> going wrong), but it wasn't the hardware. Anyway, Mira had some
messages
< >>> for firefox too. It can't harm to test it, but I've forgotten
to write,
< >>> that it might be needed to remove the folder in /home/user too.
Doesn't

< >>> had anyone else troubles with firefox?
< >>>
< >>> Mira, do you get those messages, even if firefox isn't running?
< >>>
< >>> < >>> < >> I remember having that problem, but a
very long time ago. Haven't had

< >> it at all with the laster versions of V2 or the newer V3.
< >> < >> < >
< >
< > Yes, a long time ago for me too, that I had those troubles and I
never
< > had it with Iceweasel, it was the "original" Firefox. It also
can't harm

< > to run memtest .
< > < < Hi all,
< < Can you remember if you were running a 2.6.26 kernel at the time?
< A lot of the reports mentioned 2.6.26 RT, and included the firefox
error < lines.

< < Cheers,
< dave.
<
Hi all,


I got these messages with 2.6.26-RT and iceweasel 3.0.5

Cheers

mira


Hi,

I am on 2.6.26-RT with Firefox 3.05 (3.0 alpha install). x2 different
computers.


You must be on 2.1 dist-upgraded to 3.0 alpha?

If you try removing Iceweasel as Ralf suggests does it want to take any
64studio packages with it?

I don't have 64studio-skel installed. It's not in the 3.0 alpha install.
If the dist-upgrade removed your 64studio-skel then you could try the
Firefox fix first.

I hope it fixes the problem. It means it's not kernel/hardware related.

My original post = I am *also* finding with searches that I'm reading
reports regarding etc., etc.,


The 2.6.26, RT kernel, ram, memory, Hypertreading & firefox were
mentioned in many of the reports
I read. It would be great news if the firefox fix eliminated
kernel/hardware issues from the problem.


It would also be interesting to know if a clean 3.0 alpha "install" gave
any errors on your machine.


Cheers!
dave.






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Old 01-18-2009, 01:49 PM
Jarom├şr Mike┼í
 
Default Kernel 2.6.26 ... terminal messages

< > < Ralf Mardorf wrote:
< > < > Folderol wrote:
< > < > < >> On Sun, 18 Jan 2009 12:23:55 +0100
< > < >> Ralf Mardorf <ralf.mardorf@alice-dsl.net> wrote:
< > < >>
< > < >> < >> < >>> dave wrote:
< > < >>> < >>> < >>>> Jarom├*r Mike┼í wrote:
< > < >>>> < >>>> < >>>>> Hello all,
< > < >>>>>
< > < >>>>> I am just curious what these messages in my terminal means
< > ... never

< > < >>>>> saw something like this before.
< > < >>>>>
< > < >>>>> Cheers
< > < >>>>>
< > < >>>>> mira
< > < >>>>>
< > < >>>>>
< > < >>>>> Message from syslogd@64studio at Sat Jan 17 05:37:06 2009 ...
< > < >>>>> 64studio kernel: [27936.103287] Trying to fix it up, but a
< > reboot is

< > < >>>>> needed
< > < >>>>>
< > < >>>>> Message from syslogd@64studio at Sat Jan 17 05:37:06 2009 ...
< > < >>>>> 64studio kernel: [27936.103270] page:c14c0770 flags:0x40000000
< > < >>>>> mapping:c14c0780 mapcount:0 count:0
< > < >>>>> < >>>>> < >>>>> < >>>> Hi Mira,
< > < >>>>
< > < >>>> I am also finding with searches that I'm reading reports
< > regarding:

< > < >>>>
< > < >>>> ram, memory, or Hypertreading doesn't work with all the
< > Motherboards.

< > < >>>>
< > < >>>> Cheers,
< > < >>>> dave.
< > < >>>> < >>>> < >>> I might be totally wrong with
< > reinstalling firefox, but I remember that
< > < >>> some years ago I often had to reinstall firefox and also to
< > remove the
< > < >>> folder for firefox in /home/user, because of some strange
< > behaviour,
< > < >>> that seems to be caused by bad hardware (resp. it wasn't clear
< > what was
< > < >>> going wrong), but it wasn't the hardware. Anyway, Mira had some
< > messages
< > < >>> for firefox too. It can't harm to test it, but I've forgotten
< > to write,
< > < >>> that it might be needed to remove the folder in /home/user too.
< > Doesn't

< > < >>> had anyone else troubles with firefox?
< > < >>>
< > < >>> Mira, do you get those messages, even if firefox isn't running?
< > < >>>
< > < >>> < >>> < >> I remember having that problem, but a
< > very long time ago. Haven't had

< > < >> it at all with the laster versions of V2 or the newer V3.
< > < >> < >> < >
< > < >
< > < > Yes, a long time ago for me too, that I had those troubles and I
< > never
< > < > had it with Iceweasel, it was the "original" Firefox. It also
< > can't harm

< > < > to run memtest .
< > < > < < Hi all,
< > < < Can you remember if you were running a 2.6.26 kernel at the time?
< > < A lot of the reports mentioned 2.6.26 RT, and included the firefox
< > error < lines.

< > < < Cheers,
< > < dave.
< > <
< > Hi all,

< >
< > I got these messages with 2.6.26-RT and iceweasel 3.0.5
< >
< > Cheers
< >
< > mira
<
< Hi,
<
< I am on 2.6.26-RT with Firefox 3.05 (3.0 alpha install). x2 different
< computers.
<
< You must be on 2.1 dist-upgraded to 3.0 alpha?
<
< If you try removing Iceweasel as Ralf suggests does it want to take any
< 64studio packages with it?

< I don't have 64studio-skel installed. It's not in the 3.0 alpha install.
< If the dist-upgrade removed your 64studio-skel then you could try the
< Firefox fix first.

< I hope it fixes the problem. It means it's not kernel/hardware related.
<
< My original post = I am *also* finding with searches that I'm reading
< reports regarding etc., etc.,
<
< The 2.6.26, RT kernel, ram, memory, Hypertreading & firefox were
< mentioned in many of the reports
< I read. It would be great news if the firefox fix eliminated
< kernel/hardware issues from the problem.
<
< It would also be interesting to know if a clean 3.0 alpha "install" gave
< any errors on your machine.
<


Hi all,

I got this repeatable ... 2.6.26-RT 2.1Studio etch/lenny iceweasel 3.0.5

Open terminal and try open this link in your iceweasel 3.0.5

http://computerworld.cz/aktuality/neo-freerunner-dalsi-smartphone-pro-android-3262

I get every time beeps from PC speaker and these messages in terminal.

java? flash? MediaPlayerConnectivity plugin?


Cheers

mira
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Old 01-19-2009, 12:32 PM
dave
 
Default Kernel 2.6.26 ... terminal messages

Jarom├*r Mike┼í wrote:


Hi all,

I got this repeatable ... 2.6.26-RT 2.1Studio etch/lenny iceweasel 3.0.5

Open terminal and try open this link in your iceweasel 3.0.5

http://computerworld.cz/aktuality/neo-freerunner-dalsi-smartphone-pro-android-3262



I get every time beeps from PC speaker and these messages in terminal.

java? flash? MediaPlayerConnectivity plugin?


Cheers

mira



Hi Mira,

If you remove Iceweasel on 64studio etch/lenny it will also remove
64studio packages.


I have installed 2.6.26 on my 64studio etch/lenny.
It's on a test machine used purely for installs/tests so if it breaks
it's not a problem here.


2.6.21 (default-kernel) shows none of the errors you have posted.

2.6.26 shows none of the errors you have posted using "nv"
2.6.26 shows none of the errors you have posted using "nvidia"

qjackctl max 9% with ardour 2.7 running.

I've just had time for a quick check, but all seems fine here at first
impressions.

It's running more or less the same as 3.0 alpha does with this kernel.
I'll report if I find anything more.

Cheers!
dave.




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