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Re: Re: Re: KDE 3.3 logout crashes the system



On Tue, Aug 31, 2004 at 01:14:49PM -0400, David Bokan wrote:
> >Yes, I have tried CTRL-ALT-DEL and it does not work, which is why I believe
> that logging in over a LAN wont work, however, I will try a telnet/ssh when
> I get home tonight,
> 
> I have tried to SSH into the system. It works when the system is running
> fine, however, when I do a logout of KDE and the screen freezes, I can't
> SSH. I believe that the kernel has crashed...is there a way I can get some
> debugging info or log the problems? ...
If you can get KDE to logout on a timer (forinstance with FakeClick on
the menu, if it works), then set it up to logout soon and hit
Ctrl-Alt-F1.

The kernel tries to be noisy when it crashes, but (dunno if this is
still true in the Age of Framebuffer Consoles) cannot talk while X is in
the foreground...

> ... Is this a known bug?
Search the BTS!

Goto http://bugs.debian.org

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