> On Wed, Feb 19, 2003 at 05:53:43AM -0500, David Ford wrote:
> > 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.
> > Just an FYI, I'm trying to narrow it down.
> it might triple fault ? Who knows. One thing I am sure of, if I don't
> load agpgart + intel-agp, laptop in questions, works flawlessly.
> Otherwise first time I log of KDE trying to login as different user I
> get instant reboot.
I'm seeing the same on my Evo800c, I think it's very much
ACPI-related, as logging out of gnome and back in worked before i got
a newer ACPI-patch on 2.4. Currently on 2.4.20 with ACPI patch from
Planning on testing out the latest ACPI-patch dates February 18th
along with 2.4.21-pre4 now; and tinker a bit with the DSDT to make it
usefull; I'll let you know how it works out.
> Compaq EVO 800
> Intel P4, 1.7GHz, 256MB RAM, ATI Radeon Mobility LY (something).
Got the same box, only 512Mb more RAM ;)
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