Eric on 11 Sep 2009 09:53:34 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] kernel panic from unknown cause

Downloading SystemRescueCD right now.


brent timothy saner wrote:
> Per a google search[1], there are numerous things you can do to debug but judging from that pastebin, it's either a bad kernel compile/image or it's bad memory.
> Burn a sysresccd[2] and do a memtest (memtest at the boot prompt) and also do a badblocks test to check for bad sectors in your /boot.
> Between the two, if everything's clean try booting in single-user mode. If that works, then it's a matter of an init script somewhere sapping all the memory allocation
> [1]
> (lack of GPG due to message sent via blackberry device)

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