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From: Joe Talbott <josepht@cstone.net>
Mail-Followup-To: Matthew Dillon <dillon@apollo.backplane.com>,
Subject: Re: kernel panic
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2007 15:57:41 -0400
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References: <20070511011203.GA386@nickel.oss.ntelos.net> <200705111949.l4BJnKoE066826@apollo.backplane.com> <20070511200724.GA11983@nickel.oss.ntelos.net> <200705120050.l4C0o7iE069861@apollo.backplane.com> <20070512025318.GA13871@nickel.oss.ntelos.net> <200705130734.l4D7YZtw083017@apollo.backplane.com> <20070513233449.GA49298@nickel.oss.ntelos.net> <200705132347.l4DNlWU9091882@apollo.backplane.com> <20070613135349.GB7067@nickel.oss.ntelos.net> <200706131659.l5DGxwMD081438@apollo.backplane.com>

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On Wed, Jun 13, 2007 at 09:59:58AM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote:
> :This has happened again.  The same as the first time the machine locks
> :up hard when doing a 'shutdown -h now' via icewm's shutdown function.
> :I had DDB_UNATTENDED compiled in my kernel but to no avail.  I did
> :notice the fan ramp up in speed but there was absolutely no HDD
> :activity indicated by the HDD LED.  I certainly can't rule out
> :icewm/xorg as the culprit.
> :
> :Joe
>     Do you have a serial port on the box and a second machine you can
>     connect it to?  That may be the only way to figure out what is
>     going on.

No serial port.  I don't imagine I can get a serial console attached
via a USB to serial adapter, but if that is possible I can set it up.


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