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Description of problem:
On my MSI-5184 board with a K6-2/500, at shutdown I receive a
"Code: Bad EIP value.
Kernel panic: Fatal exception"
This seems to be a bug for this specific board. Linux tries to
shutdown the board, which is *NO* ATX board, it is still AT-based. So
it cannot be shutdown. I have this bug in various distributions.
Please let me know what kind of information you need so it can be
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: Code: Bad EIP value.
Kernel panic: Fatal exception
Expected Results: A clean shutdown.
ehhhhh RHEL3 doesn't come with i586/K6 support... at all.
Are you sure you filed it against the right component ?
As a poor student, without any hope of a generous donation from Red
Hat, I only can use "White Box Enterprise Linux" ;-)
I thought it was identical to the original Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Sorry for the confusion ;-)
There are a few technical reasons why RHEL3 doesn't support i586 and
below. Please contact the whitebox people instead and ask them to fix
Will do :)