Re: how to solve kernel oops message
From: linux lover
Date: Tue Dec 21 2004 - 08:56:42 EST
I have RH9 with its default kernel 2.4.20-8. And i
compile a new kernel 2.4.24 with minimum options in make menuconfig on
2 pcs connected via crossover wire. When i boot both pcs either one
starting first got oops when other pc try to bring eth0 up. What is
I add a lot printk's in kernel to check packet path in
case of TCP connection.
On Tue, 21 Dec 2004 14:15:17 +0100, Adrian von Bidder
> On Tuesday 21 December 2004 10.13, linux lover wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I need urgent help on kernel oops message. Can anybody
> This information is next to useless. At least report
> - what did you do that caused the oops message?
> - what kernel version, exactly, are you using
> - can you reproduce it with other (newer) kernel versions, too?
> - can you reproduce it on other machines, too?
> - how does your kernel configuration look like?
> (btw, your previous message about loading a module makes me wonder if you
> understand enough of Linux to understand what people here might propose
> that you do to solve the problem. There are are many places where people
> who are new to Linux can request help, but the kernel mailing list is
> probably not one of those...)
> -- vbi
> Beware of the FUD - know your enemies. This week
> * The Alexis de Toqueville Institue *
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