On Sat, 23 Dec 2006 14:38:43 -0700
"Z. Wade Hampton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Thanks Bill. I'll keep that in mind.
> I think I have the problem figured out.
> was set in the supfile.
> After changing it to "/usr", the problem went away.
You can be 99.9% sure that the problem wasn't that. It is, like it is stated,
most likely a hardware problem but initialized by using cvsup. My guess is RAM
problems. Try using MEMTESTER.
> > However, spontaneous reboots are almost always hardware problems. Have
> > you verified that your RAM, hard drive, cooling, power, and all other
> > hardware factors are in proper operation? That would be the first
> > logical step in diagnosing this.
> > -Bill
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