Panic blinking on reboot

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  1. bernd04

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    When ever I reboot, the system halts with this weird error message?? what is this and how can I fix it?
     
  2. bernd04

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    Apologies, here a screenshot..

    Grrrrrr... OK still not, why do they not show the darn max settings for images...

    Everytime I attach it the system complains about something else.... Darn, Admins, can you do something about this... MOST IRRITATING !!!!!! [​IMG]
     
  3. dicko

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    Your hardware apparently tries to blink keyboard lights on a kernel panic problem (I bet it does too!) unfortunately that is not the problem your kernel crashed way before what your screen shot.
    If the system WAS working, I might suspect my memory and boot into memtest86 (if available).
     
  4. bernd04

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    LOL, you are right, it does blink.... cute, but how can I figure and fix..

    Did a memtest for 4 hrs, nothing.. did other tests.. nothing..
     
  5. ramoncio

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    I had a weird problem like this a long time ago. Everytime I rebooted zaptel caused a kernel panic with a X100P.
    Does it happen as well with a "shutdownn -h now" or just with "reboot"?
    Try to do "amportal stop" just before rebooting and see if you have a kernel panic as well.
     
  6. bernd04

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    OK, did a clean install and everything is fine straight afterward. Did a few reboots, halts, shutdowns, all OK.

    Now did the hardware detect and problem is back.... ???
     
  7. ramoncio

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    It seems a problem unloading your dahdi modules.
    Check your /etc/dahdi/modules and comment out all the modules except the ones you need.
    Try
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    amportal stop
    /etc/init.d/dahdi stop
    
    before rebooting to see if it hangs or not.
     
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