Colin Whittaker wrote:
> Gerard Gorman stated the following on Thu, Sep 14, 2000 at 11:56:47AM +0100 :
> > I am probably missing something obvious,but,.....I have new linux box
> > here, which during the day is more of less doing what I'd expect it to
> > do. However every morning when I come in, I find that it has *crashed*.
> > The screen server is frozen on, and no responce can be got from either
> > the therminal or through the network. I am running Kernel 2.2.16, and I
> > have tried to turn off every mention of power management.
> > I'd really appreciate any suggestions about what else might be the
> > problem.
>> BIOS might be trying to do power management, disable any mention of it
> in the bios.
> I guess, I relate more to a satanic chicken and an over sexed
> goat more than tech support people :)
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I was suspecting that was the case but I Turned off every thing I could find in
the bios regarding power management: However here is Something I just noticed in
the logs....here is what happened on two nights:
Sep 12 04:02:01 athos anacron: Updated timestamp for job `cron.daily' to
Sep 12 04:04:06 athos PAM_pwdb: (su) session opened for user news by
Sep 12 04:04:07 athos PAM_pwdb: (su) session closed for user news
Sep 12 11:28:50 athos syslogd 1.3-3: restart.
Sep 12 11:28:50 athos syslog: syslogd startup succeeded
Sep 14 04:02:00 athos anacron: Updated timestamp for job `cron.daily' to
Sep 14 04:04:05 athos PAM_pwdb: (su) session opened for user news by
Sep 14 04:04:05 athos PAM_pwdb: (su) session closed for user news
Sep 14 11:43:34 athos syslogd 1.3-3: restart.
Sep 14 11:43:34 athos syslog: syslogd startup succeeded
? Does this mean that news is crashing my system?
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