Re: Debian box sick... "hda lost interrupt" "Unknown vector 67"
I had a very similar situation with the 2.2.16 kernel, and it only affected hda
in a system with hda and hdc. (debian was on hdc, win98 on hda). in my case,
it only happened when running debian. over a period of months, i drove my
computer store owner bezerk, we checked the components with a diagnostic
program he has, replaced fans, without success. finally, i changed the power
supply, replacing a 250W transformer with a 300W. in the six weeks since then,
it's not happened at all for me.
hope this helps
On Mon, 16 Oct 2000, Christoph Simon wrote:
> No, no ideas. But I'm suffering from very similar problems. It's a
> network with 19 new computers, which tend to break down as often as
> once a day. All of them have Asus motherboards, some have Pentium III
> others have AMD K6 3D. Also, there are some Windows and some iMacs,
> which appearently do not suffer from these things. The Linux machines
> (14) have the updated stable tree with kernel 2.2.17. Currently my
> suspect is for very bad voltage which is not fixed using stabilizers
> or UPS. Or it might be due to bad hardware, but there where two
> different companies selling these computers. The network is in a
> Shopping Center. They say that electricity is good, the problem is in
> the computers. The computer sellers say that it's Linux.
> Joining the question:
> Any ideas?
> Christoph Simon
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