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Old 12-24-03, 01:00 PM   #8
bwkaz
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You could also reboot, then check /var/log/messages (on a Red Hat based machine), /var/log/syslog on some other distros, or /var/log/kern.log on LFS. If you don't have any of those, look around in /var/log for a file that appears to hold kernel type messages. If you have anything similar to "unable to handle kernel NULL pointer dereference", then the problem you're having can be fixed by that one hunk of the minion.de patch.

woga -- the attachment appears to be empty? Try looking in the aforementioned log files for the "unable to handle" string.
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