> 2.5.60+ is rather unstable for me on an Athlon CPU w/ gcc 3.2.2. If I'm
> careful and do very little in X, it seems to stay up for a few days. If
> I do any sort of fast graphics or sound, etc, it'll die very quickly.
> 'tis an instant death with no OOPS, nothing at all on screen, nothing on
> serial console.
2.5.60 is where it started getting the most stable for me with similar
equipment. My system is Athlon 1.3 GHz, ASUS A7V, RedHat 8.0, Yamaha 754
I'm not burning any DVDs, but I am making a few CDs, lots of kernel
compiles, playing with modules, etc.
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