Re: Feed-back please. Problem.
The sources.list in my case is,
deb file:/cdrom/debian unstable main contrib local non-US/main
A matter of degree on different systems?
On 25 Sep 2001, Robert Bihlmeyer wrote:
> This seems akin to the problem I reported 11 months ago as #1 in
> > My test machine is an AMD 5 with 32 Mb RAM and 100MB swap. I am beginning
> > to suspect my hardware.
> I saw it on a AMD Athlon as well as on a Pentium. One machine did have
> quite limited amounts of VM, but the other had enough, and
> out-of-memory crashes usually run differently.
> Pruning my /etc/apt/sources.list to the minimum has made the problem
> go away almost completely. Before I had a rather long list (the two
> nearest Debian mirrors, plus my personal package repository, one
> mirror for sources, all duplicated for non-US ... about 10 lines
> altogether), and had run into the bug almost every time. After
> shortening the list, I only saw the problem every few weeks or so.
> So this may be (a) a viable work-around, and (b) an option for
> Hurd-hackers to reliably reproduce this bug (just stuff your
> sources.list with all matter of entries).
> Note that the TCP stack stopped working as well, so I suspect Mach was
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