I've been using Slackware Linux 1.2.13 for about a year, sharing a 1.2
Gig drive with dos using LILO to choose - everything's been cool.
I decided I'd upgrade to the 2.0 kernel, and thinking I'd be cautious I
bought a new hard drive. Then I installed RedHat 4.1 and updated LILO
to choose between dos, Slackware or Redhat.
Everything seems cool *Except* the 'find / -name fname' command
finds a few files, then totally hoses the machine, no ctl-c, no ctl-z,
no Alt-F2, just a hard boot. Note that 'find /subdirectory -name fname',
where /subdirectory is ANY subdirectory (I tried them all) works just
fine. This now happens in both Slackware and RedHat, whereas it never
Has anybody ever seen anything like this before? Anybody got any ideas?