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Description of problem:
ok i can go threw the installer fine i go to boot into rh9 and i get kernel
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
red hat 9
Steps to Reproduce:
1. use a cyrax m2 and try to run rh9.
Actual Results: system crash must shut down hard.
Expected Results: to run of course.
i tryed using the i586 kernel and it picked my cpu up as a amd k6 maybe the
i686 is doing the same.
im wondering why rh 9 dont have the hacked out i386 kernel they normaly use i
never had a issue with that.
What kernel (i586, i686, etc.) do you have installed?
What is the error message?
ip defrage and constent copy to user. and kernel falts it also gets cought in a
loop. thers to many to list and its the i686 kernel.
Does the i586 kernel show the same errors? Can you post the exact error log?
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