Am Samstag, 28. September 2002 12:23 schrieb Marc Giger:
> On Sat, 28 Sep 2002 11:34:27 +0200
> Felix Seeger <email@example.com> wrote:
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> > Am Samstag, 28. September 2002 11:32 schrieb Alan Cox:
> > > > EIP: 0010:[get_new_inode+94/368] Tainted: P
> > > > EFLAGS: 00010206
> > > > eax: f1ec9808 ebx: 00000000 ecx: c1376130 edx: c3761dc8
> > >
> > > You appear to have some non typical modules loaded. If they are binary
> > > ones from people like Nvidia please see if the box is stable without
> > > them ever being loaded.
> > Yes I am using the nvidia module. But I don't think that is the problem,
> > because I never had such problems with it.
> > The only thing I can imagine is that:
> > I installed the new module and I looked very unstable. So I installed the
> > old one again.
> Yes and that's the point. You're using the 1.0.3123 Version of nvidia's
> module, right?
> I tried this also, but after 1 hour I removed it again,
> because they are very instable. I don't know what nvidia thinks. Probably
> nothing. Their drivers are unworthy. It won't take a long time, until I
> will buy a graphic-card from another manufacturer. Perhaps Matrox
No, I installed that module, very unstable and installed the old one again
like you ;)
> > > If its only just begun happening and you didnt change these modules or
> > > the kernel then it may well be worth checking CPU temperature in the
> > > BIOS, the fans and/or running memtest86 to see if it is hardware.
> > >
> > > If you've changed kernel obviously see if the old one works reliably
> > > first
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