Mon Jun 7 12:09:39 CEST 2010
#1 don't use redhat - it's given me nothing but trouble, yet the debian
machine works great.
#2 don't install from RPN, compile from source instead. (don't try this
if you insist on using redhat)
On Thu, 31 Jan 2002, Jim Ruxton wrote:
> I've been using PD under windoze but have just successfully configured
> my laptop to dual boot XP and RH7.2 Linux. I'm eager to get PD running
> under Linux. I'm a total Linux newbie so I may be doing something
> stupid. I'd appreciate any help you can provide. RH7.2 is using the
> 2.4.7-10 kernel.
> I downloaded PD (.34 ) as an rpm and rpm'd it with the -i option. When I
> type pd my machine freezes. I know it is starting because it is telling
> me I have no midi in or out. I can't even escape with ctrl alt del .
> The message I get is:
> Oops :0000
> EIP: 0010: [<c98ffcca>]
> EFLAGS: 00010246
> etc etc.
> At the end of the message:
> <0> kernel panic:Aiee,killing interrupt handler!
> In interrupt handler-not syncing
> Then nothing happens. I have to push the power switch to reboot. Do I
> have to upgrade my kernel? Any suggestions? Thanks!
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