I've got a stupid bug in my recent 2.4.22-6um kernel.
I'm running 2.4.23 with skas3 on the host (a via epia/666 with 256MB
Ram), have TEMPDIR on tmpfs and try to run 2.4.22-6um patched with mppe
The static version (e.g. no modules) works fine, but I've to choose
between mppe or freeSwan (as both defnie sha1 / md5 and i'm not able t
The modular version with debuging enabled works fine, but the version
I'd like to use (without debuging) oopses:
Kernel panic: Kernel mode fault at addr 0x4280e000, ip 0x400e3958
shortly after starting klogd
daemon klogd -u syslog
when started during boot it's unable to print [ok], when started from
the shell it sometimes returns to the input prompt but panics right
i've suspected faulty memory, but running memtest86 for 12 runs did not
turn up any error.
Starting more programs on the host, to change the memory map did not
Any ideas how to debug this?
OTOH: if I would be able to use super-freeswan, pppoe (rp-pppoe) and
pptp with mppe from a not modular kernel I'd be even more happy.
But I only got linux-2.4.19-openssl-0.9.6b-mppe.patch and can't
find a more recent version.
BTW: I'm running Trustix 2.0 on both host and instance.
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From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ad...> - 2003-12-05 23:52:18
> The modular version with debuging enabled works fine, but the version
> I'd like to use (without debuging) oopses:
> Kernel panic: Kernel mode fault at addr 0x4280e000, ip 0x400e3958