On Fri, 2005-02-18 at 18:52, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> On Friday 18 February 2005 18:14, you wrote:
>> > > How _do_ you "recover from a kernel panic"?
> > Depends really. But if the system wont boot --> boots to a panic like,
> > then you can boot to a rescue cd and chroot /mnt/sysimage (redhat) and fix
> > "stuff".
>> Rather you than me.
> Do you use your own computer, as a matter of interest,
> or do they supply one?
Supplied, blank system with installation media. As with school / college
exams, you leave your bag in the locker room.
> [I took 6 months for me to get X working on my Sony Picturebook,
> and I have never succeeded in booting any Fedora kernel
> on my SCSI only machine,
Must be really crap SCSI then. Does the controller work? Is it listed on
the HCL? SCSI is extremely well supported in linux.
> The universities ought to get money from students
> by charging them 800 euro per exam subject,
> doubled for repeats.
> That would put an end to the over-crowding.
Brilliant. Get rid of the slackers and the pesky kids.
Better still, make em all leave school after the inter and get a "real"
> Timothy Murphy
> e-mail (<80k only): tim /at/ birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie
> tel: +353-86-2336090, +353-1-2842366
> s-mail: School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland
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