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Re: New testing kernel. 2.6.10-1.727_FC3



On Tue, 2005-01-04 at 18:16 -0500, Dave Jones wrote:
> A new year, (another) new testing kernel.  This rebases
> the whole tree to the latest upstream release 2.6.10,
> with the 2.6.10-ac2 patch on top for good measure.
> 
> With around 4000 changes between 2.6.9 and 2.6.10,
> this fixes a lot of problems, including the infamous
> 'ACPI wont turn off my computer' bug.
> 
> No doubt it accidentally brings along new regressions,
> so please, jump on it for a while, and once the worst
> bits are shaken out, I'll push this out as an update.

I hope this counts as one of the worser bits, namely my machine at home
(FWIW: Athlon 1400, Abit KT7A mobo, 2 (yeah, junk) RTL 8139 NICs) oopses
after a while of running (I had it after 5 minutes once, about half an
hour for the second time, then I switched back to the
2.6.9-1.724_FC3 ;-). Unfortunately I don't get the whole oops, from the
symbols involved it's some iptables (ipt_*) stuff (don't remember the
exact symbol) so I guess netdump is out of the question and my only
nullmodem cable is broken... Shall I open a BZ entry for it?

Nils
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