First, I'm still seeing the same problem with swapoff -a which started with
# swapoff -a
Unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address 00001000
[lots of hex numbers snipped]
The oops doesn't shut down the system -- everything continues on as if
nothing had happened. The swapspace is disabled and can be re-enabled
with swapon as desired.
Also, if I specify the swap partition by name instead of using the -a flag
to swapoff, everything works normally. Something about the -a flag causes
Second (new) problem:
My Broadcom Tigon network chip doesn't work with -pre5-ac1, but it did
work just fine with pre4-ac7 and earlier. It shows up in 'ifconfig' as
usual but I can't ping or connect to any machine other than localhost.
I'm happy to supply any other information you may need. Just let me know
if I should provide more info.
Anyone else seeing these problems?
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