On 02-Feb-2000 Wim Kerkhoff wrote: > > On 02-Feb-2000 Bernhard Rieder wrote: >> Wim Kerkhoff wrote: >>> >>> I HAD good experiences with VMware under Debian. >>> >>> It worked fine for me last summer, but somehow somewhere something messed >>> up. >>> At the moment, vmware causes my system to lock up. It brings up the gui >>> and >>> the wizard just fine; however, just before it brings up the guest Bios, my >>> system freezes. I can't kill X, and I can't telnet in, but I can ping the >>> system from another computer. >> >> I have this problem when running xawtv in DGA mode. Do You have any >> applications running using DGA? > > No, as far as I know I don't. All I have running is a couple windowmaker > docapps, xfmail, X, and that's about it. I've attached ps axf and lsmod. Arggh, now I've attached that. > Do you run into this problem when ever you run xawtv in DGA mode? > > At one point I thought that maybe vmware was having troubles loading or > unloading its kernel modules, but I disabled networking and it still > happened. > > Strange thing is, that my dialup connection to my ISP is still up, and my > workstation is still IP masquarding for the rest of the network here... it > seems everything that is in userspace is gone. > Regards, Wim Kerkhoff firstname.lastname@example.org www.canadianhomes.net/wim The reason that every major university maintains a department of mathematics is that it's cheaper than institutionalizing all those people.