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Re: [vox-tech] not sure what to call it



one last idea -- while you're waiting for it hang (or not) in single
user mode, why not run memtest on the thing?

pete



> The kernel continues to remain active as evidnt by it continuing to pass
> internet traffic to my windows box.  But if I try to ssh in to it from that
> Windows I get the same series of events, prompt for username, prompt for
> password, hang.  SAMBA connections also hang up and stop responding.
> 
> I wonder if it could be a problm with the password verification.  Although
> that wouldn't explain the same series of events when trying to connect to
> Webmin because it has it's own password file that I don't believe relies on
> the system but I could be wrong.
> 
> When sitting at a text login at the actuall box for example I'll enter the
> username and password and it'll stop moving.  So I'll hit ALT+F3 to get a
> different terminal and I get a black screen, no prompts.  So I hit ALT+F7 to
> get to my X windows and still get the black screen.
> 
> I'll boot it in to single user mode and see what happens.  But it could be a
> day or two before it hangs.  It can work fine for a few days before it hangs
> up like this.
 
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