[linux-dvb] system crashing hard with: "Kernel Panic: Fatal exception in interrupt"

Oliver Endriss o.endriss at gmx.de
Fri Jul 1 01:14:06 CEST 2005


Matthias Schwarzott wrote:
> On Wednesday 29 June 2005 22:45, Oliver Endriss wrote:
> > Matthias Schwarzott wrote:
> > > I sometimes manage to get my vdr system lockup hard. Only a reboot with
> > > sysrq or reset-button helps.
> > > This can only be observed when heavily zaping around.
> > > My system configuration is:
> > > * one FF 1.3 card from Siemens
> > > * one Skystar2 card
> > > * vdr-1.3.24 with some patches
> > > * CVS driver from Monday Jun 27
> >
> > firmware version?
> 
> Version of firmware is that from Werner downloaded at 2005-06-05.
> But Error has not been related to this, it occured already before this 
> firmware was installed.
> 
> > what kind of system (single/dual processor system?
> It is a single-processor Intel Pentium III (Coppermine) at 700MHz.
> The chipset is an Intel one, lspci calls it "Intel Corporation 440BX/ZX/DX - 
> 82443BX/ZX/DX". The Computer was an old system from Siemens
> Name: "SCENIC xB"

Hm, I recently installed my main vdr on this kind of machine,
an old Scenic xB. ;-)

No problems with
- FF Nexus 2.1 + budget Activy GR
- kernel 2.6.12
- dvb-kernel CVS driver with firmware 261d (currently testing 261e)
- vdr 1.3.27

Did you check your RAM with memtest?

Oliver

-- 
--------------------------------------------------------
VDR Remote Plugin available at
http://www.escape-edv.de/endriss/vdr/
--------------------------------------------------------




More information about the linux-dvb mailing list