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Date:      Sat, 26 Oct 1996 00:13:27 -0700 (PDT)
From:      "Sean T. Lamont ." <>
Subject:   Re: panic
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Nothing particularly abnormal ; we were having some NFS problems before
we upgraded to 2.1.5. The only thing odd about it is that we modified the
password system to update a remote password database via NFS.

I've modified the kernel to make it look more like one of our rock-solid
systems ; perhaps one of the included devices is triggerring something
odd. If it goes away, I'll forward you the old config file.

Right, there was one other oddity ; for some bizarre reason the 2.1.5 
kernel didn't compile properly on the system it was running on ; I had
to take it to another system, build it there and snarf the binary. It's
possible I didn't get all bits of the 2.1.5 compiler system or there
are some out-of-date sources or something. In any case, it's perhaps

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