From: Philip Trickett (philipt at domain informatic.ie)
Date: Mon 07 Feb 2000 - 11:30:11 GMT
Don't fret yet, the linux-bp6 mailing list (if I can remember where to
subscribe, I'll tell you), has alot of posts on this topic, and so far they
haven't had a solution pop up, but they reckon it may be a small quirk of
just to make you feel better though, linux tells you about the problems, NT
will just have them and pretend they don't exist.
From: John P. Looney [mailto:jplooney-ilug at domain online.ie]
Sent: 07 February 2000 10:04
To: Irish LUG list
Subject: [ILUG] scary stuff
Anyone know what this means:
Feb 6 15:36:05 xena kernel: APIC error interrupt on CPU#0, should never
Feb 6 15:36:05 xena kernel: ... APIC ESR0: 00000000
Feb 6 15:36:05 xena kernel: ... APIC ESR1: 00000002
Feb 6 15:36:05 xena kernel: ... bit 1: APIC Receive CS Error (hw problem).
How bad is it ? Some messages on Linux kernel seem to indicate it's a
nasty hardware problem that's being logged, that indicates your BP6 isn't
100% reliable. Great. Now I have proof that it's not Linux or the video
card or the nVidia GLX driver's that are crashing my machine.
Sigh. Does seem that 800Mhz of CPUs & a board to stick them in, for £200
was too good to be true.
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