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Re: Random crashes that won't allow rebooting easily

On Apr 19, 2013 7:43 PM, "Bill Harris" <bill_harris@facilitatedsystems.com> wrote:
> Darac Marjal <mailinglist@darac.org.uk> writes:
> > This looks like it might be
> > http://us.generation-nt.com/answer/problem-brcm80211-hangs-2-6-36-0-34-rc6-git3-fc15-x86-64-help-200600731.html.
> > Try a newer kernel, if you can (though I don't see evidence in that
> > thread that the change was incorporated into the mainstream kernel)
> Thanks!  That begins to give a potential rational explanation for this
> problem.
> Given that this happens relatively infrequently and that Wheezy will be
> released in about a month or less (or so I read), I may wait for that.
> If I get a minute and convince myself that I can update the kernel with
> little risk of borking anything, I may try.
> Bill
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Just to make sure you get the risk out of the way.. :-)

I'd suggest making an image of your system, if possible. (Or at least your linux partitions).

Sent from my Brick (TM)

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