Lombard hard freeze

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at intevation.de
Wed Apr 26 23:12:03 EST 2000

On Wed, Apr 26, 2000 at 11:38:23AM -0100, Mario Scarpa wrote:
> > The first diagostic of the problem is, that it is a usb problem.
> I would say the _very first_ ;-)

Hey, I am glad I got that figured out so far.
It is a big step in tracking down the problem.  ;->

> I noticed another interesting thing: the freeze almost always
> happened whit heavy network activity. All the tries to reproduce
> the problem failed for now (as usual, when you dload something
> not useful ;)). Will keep on trying.

I can say for sure that I had no network activity, though I
I was plugged in the ethernet. (If I remember correctly I
had the freezes even when not being physically connected.)

The best way for me to reproduce the problem is to
try to compile the gnomehack-1.0.5.src.rpm a couple of times.
Usually it bombs in the second attempt. Or in the first one.

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