cpuburn will help you rule out defective CPU theory.
Also you can start removing/swapping hardware parts.
> I would appreciate any insight anyone can provide. Let me know if I
> can provide any more info.
Test with some vanilla 2.4 kernels, not a distro one. If 2.4.20 crashes,
try some of the earlier kernels too. Compile them for 386 uniprocessor
with debugging and magic SysRq enabled. Provide your .config
Run your klogd with -x to make it stop decoding oopses.
Run oopses thru ksymoops and provide result.
Provide lsmod, lspci output, some of /proc/* files (interrupts etc)
> I haven't suscribed to this ML because I don't want the volume in my
> mailbox - but will monitor this thread through google groups.
People are going to CC you I believe, so don't worry.
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