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output of shutdown -h now

I am reluctant to bring this up again, since I saw it just a few
months ago on this list, and didn't pay attention at the time.  So,
at the risk of rehashing this problem (if that is what it is), I am
submitting it again since I am now having the same difficulty myself.

I am using the original Debian 1.1 release (kernel 2.0.0), and when
I issue a "shutdown -h now" command, I get the following:

System halted
general protection: 0000
CPU: 0
EIP: 0010: [<00173257>]
EFLAGS: 00010046
eax: 00005307  ebx: 00000001  ecx: bfff0003  edx: 00000000
esi: bfffff0c  edi: 08000e4a  ebp: bfff0003  esp: 005a5f80
ds: 0000  es: 0000  fs: 0000  gs: 0000  ss: 0018
Process halt (pid: 220, process nr: 6, stackpage=005a5000)
Stack:  00000246 0000002b 0011002b 00000018 00710018 00714810 bfffff0c 08000e4a
        bffffdc0 0011231e 00000003 ffffffff 00000009 001cc40a 0010a482 fee1dead
        28121969 cdef0123 bfffff0c 08000e4a bffffdc0 ffffffda 0803002b 0010002b
Call Trace:  [<0011002b>] [<0011231e>] [<0010a482>]
Code: 2e ff 1d 2c b8 20 00 0f 92 c0 9d 0f a9 0f 91 07 1f 89 c5 84

I'd like to know if this is normal, or a symptom of a needed kernel upgrade,
or something else entirely.  I hate to post this again, seeing that you have
all probably solved this and moved on.  But I would greatly appreciate any
help that you may possibly be able to give.

Justin Ennis

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