CPU: AMD K6-II
Christopher Cole mentioned that he saw this problem, but it went away
after a reboot. I rebooted into 2.4.5 again and the problem seemed to
have gone away.
But now, I got something else.... something that looks like a kernel
Ooops. I was running automake and got the following:
kernel BUG at inode.c:486!
invalid operand: 0000
I'm gonna try 2.4.4 for now. But if anyone is interested in looking
into this deeper, I can send the whole "oops" message and whatever other
info needed to debug this.
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