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Old 02-10-2012, 03:08 AM
Jonathan Nieder
 
Default Bug#583310: kernel panic! booting

# letting version tracking do its work
tags 583310 - sid
quit

Hi Patrick,

Patrick Naylor wrote:

> I get a kernel panic when booting kernel 2.6.32-686 and -486, which does not
> happen with 2.6.32-3 or 2.6.32-2. Machine: Pentium 3 600 MHz.
[...]
> ** Kernel log: boot messages should be attached

Do you still have access to this machine? If so, did this get fixed?
And if not, could you provide this messages (using netconsole, serial
console, or a photograph)?

Sorry for the trouble,
Jonathan



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