Nobody responded to my decoded oops and since it seems to be "ok" I've
simply ignored it.
Giuliano Pochini wrote:
>Kernel crashes when a PPPoE connection is up and I bring
>down the ethernet port. No oops, it prints the "mon>"
>prompt, but I can't type anything.
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