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Re: [vox-tech] Unwanted ReBoot
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Re: [vox-tech] Unwanted ReBoot

On Tue 03 Jun 03, 11:21 AM, Jim Angstadt <jimajima9@yahoo.com> said:
> The only kernel changes were months ago as I                 [1]
> tried to get gnome-pilot working.  There was a
> procedure I followed that somehow enabled USB in
> the kernel.
> I got no errors from the procedure, but still
> could not get gnome-pilot working.  That's where
> I left it.
> I believe that there were several 'normal' power
> offs after that, and before the present unwanted
> reboots.


assuming that you didn't recompile your kernel [1] (you'd probably know
if you did.  it would've taken 5-30 minutes with very copious output.)
take a look at:

   ls -lc /boot/vmlinuz*

do any dates coincide with the wierd behavior?


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