On Monday 14 June 2010 07:41:26 Jeff Mahoney wrote:
On 06/13/2010 05:30 PM, Johannes Obermayr wrote:
Because Kernel 2.6.34 crashes on my laptop while booting I want to do remote logging the
boot process until the system crashes.
Crashing system (laptop with openSUSE):
- Bootloader: GRUB
Remote systems (desktops with openSUSE):
- USB/Serial (also possible connecting an adaptor Serial to LPT)
Can you please say to me how I have to connect the cable (which port/plug to use on which
system) and which commands I have to use on each system.
(I know that the USB plug doesn't fit to the LPT port ;-) )
How far along in the boot process is it crashing? It may be that kdump
is your best bet.
Sorry for the late reply.
With 2.6.34-45 from Kernel:HEAD I have a general crash at ~[0.011...]. But I also see a
"end trace" at top of screen ...
With the older 2.6.34 and 2.6.35-rc2 I had/have the problem with inserted CD/DVD in most
cases before the drm modules (radeon) become loaded.
Btw. it seems that I cannot test more kernels before weekend because the idiots (or
whatever I should name them) from Moobicent/Vodafone limited my "flatrate"
connection to ~8 KB/s this month although they do not have the rights for doing so.
So I have to fight also against them ...
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