A couple of weeks ago, i decided to upgrade my very stable router at
home (a homemade device which contains a VIA Samuel C3 CPU) from
Debian Sarge (stable) to Etch (testing).
Since then, it hangs every odd day without reason (well, logs say hda
is not ready which does not make sense since it is a year old hdd and
there is no smart error on the drive). I rolled my own kernel which i
know works without a problem on that hardware.
I am very inclined to think that Etch is actually the culprit here.
Does anyone have a similar issue or could point me to something very
obvious I might have overlooked ?
I will probably end up reinstalling sarge tomorrow and leave Etch
alone (which I am running on a couple of machines without a single
problem) for now.
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