> On Wed, 27 Sep 2000, Tony Johnson wrote:
> > When I booted the 9/27/2000 (ie. today) I got a page fault 12 in kernel
> > mode. The problem seems to be because I have all my IDE devices turned
> > in my bios. If this is the case, please undo this! That would be the
> > silliest reason for a kernel to not boot because I want to save irq's. I
> > got this from downloading the flp images and fdimage-ing them to disks!
> > Please fix this
> You havent given enough information to diagnose the problem. See the
> handbook about kernel debugging.
* Tony Johnson <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> [000927 17:07] wrote:
> I don't believe the handbook covers "today's" 5.0-Current...
> Why would having no bustmastering DMA IDE disk contriollers on an all-scsi
> system cause a system to page fault from "today's" kern.flp && mfsroot.flp
> boot floppy.
> Try again...
How about "go away"?
Don't be rude to a developer offering good advice, if you're unable
to follow his instructions on how to provide a crashdump you
shouldn't be running -current or you should at least ask nicely.
And -current is covered in the handbook:
-Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
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