Re: Kernel-oops

From: Andreas Bergen (
Date: Wed Oct 09 2002 - 05:28:25 EST

On Tue, Oct 08, 2002 at 08:13:35PM -0200, Denis Vlasenko wrote:
> On 8 October 2002 10:59, Andreas Bergen wrote:
> > the problem is, that the machine ran without any problem until I
> > upgraded to kernel version 2.4.18. Originally I used the kernel which
> > was provided by the SuSE 8.0-CDs (2.4.18-4GB). Later I compiled my
> > own kernel, I upgraded to 2.4.19 but nothing helped.
> Okay, you have two versions of kernel, one runs fine, one does not.
> Pick up all the -preN kernels between them and do a binary search.

The 2.4.17 was the standard-kernel without any patches, the 2.4.18 and
2.4.19 as well. Unfortunately I don't have the .config-file for the
2.4.17 anymore, so I can't tell the configuration-difference between
the two. Is there a way to find out the configuration of a kernel?

One thing that came to my mind: Is the problem probably related to the
fact that with 2.4.18/19 my computer won't suspend anymore? It blanks
the screen but doesn't beep and then resumes immediately normally as
the log-file says. When I boot the 2.4.17 everything works as expected.

Thanx a lot in advance
  Andreas Bergen

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