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Re: 2.6 kernel boot crashing

On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 03:54:58PM -0700, Thomas E. Vaughan wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 04:20:24PM -0600, Chad Walstrom
> wrote:
> > Certainly reasonable.  I'm surprised, frankly, that those
> > options were enabled.  Herbert may have a good reason for
> > doing so, but I'm not sure what that might be.  You could
> > probably file it against the kernel image you installed.
> > That way we will know which architectures are giving is
> > problems w/that particular kernel option.
> I have tried using reportbug against kernel-image-2.6-386,
> but reportbug spits back:
> ----------
> Warning: no reportbug configuration found.  Proceeding in novice mode.
> Using '"Thomas E. Vaughan" <tevaugha@ball.com>' as your from address.
> Detected character set: us-ascii
> Please set your locale if this is incorrect.
>  Getting status for kernel-image-2.6-386...
>  Checking for newer versions at packages.debian.org...
>  Will send report to Debian.
>  Querying Debian bug tracking system for reports on kernel-image-2.6-386
>  There is no record of this package in the bug tracking
>  system. Send report directly to maintainer [Y|n|?]?
> ----------

That does seem wrong, since that package does exist and is in
bugs.debian.org's Maintainers file. However, why don't you (after filing
a bug against reportbug ...) just report the bug by sending a mail to
submit@bugs.debian.org as documented in


Colin Watson                                  [cjwatson@flatline.org.uk]

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