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9706Help with OpenSlug-OpenDebian

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  • jack_2006b
    Oct 30, 2005
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      Please answer to this question. Recently I upgrade my slug with 64MB
      (2 chips) and install OpenSlug and the OpenDebian with Apex as the
      bootloader. But I notice in the message log the following entry:

      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Pid: 224, comm:
      fsck.ext3
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: CPU: 0
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: pc : [<c0115078>] lr :
      [<c003bc60>] Not tainted
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: sp : c3979cb0 ip : ffffbd24 fp :
      c3979ccc
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r10: c3979cd0 r9 : c01b12c0 r8 :
      c01c8834
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r7 : 00000000 r6 : 60000013 r5 :
      c01c9270 r4 : c03b1918
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r3 : 00000000 r2 : 00000001 r1 :
      c03b199c r0 : ffffffff
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Flags: nZCv IRQs on FIQs on
      Mode SVC_32 Segment user
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Control: 39FF Table: 03A18000
      DAC: 00000015
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c001d800>]
      from [<c001db74>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r5 = 0000001A r4 = C01C2B20
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c001daf0>]
      from [<c001dbf8>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r6 = 04000000 r5 = 0000001F r4
      = C01C2B20
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c001dbac>]
      from [<c001c940>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c0114f9c>]
      from [<c003bf30>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r6 = C0114F9C r5 = 00000100 r4
      = C3978000
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c003bdb4>]
      from [<c00381f8>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c003819c>]
      from [<c001dcac>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r8 = C3979D5C r7 = 00000000 r6
      = 00000020 r5 = 0000001F
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r4 = C01C26DC
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c001dbac>]
      from [<c001c940>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c004f1d0>]
      from [<c004eda0>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r8 = C0215540 r7 = 00001000 r6
      = 00F781A0 r5 = 00F781A1
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r4 = C0280144
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c004ebec>]
      from [<c0051804>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c0051648>]
      from [<c005196c>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c00518d8>]
      from [<c006b958>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r8 = C3978000 r7 = 00053878 r6
      = C393BF00 r5 = 00000000
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r4 = 00008000
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c006b890>]
      from [<c006bc44>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: Function entered at [<c006bbf8>]
      from [<c001ccc0>]
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r8 = C001CE44 r7 = 00000003 r6
      = 00031470 r5 = 7819A000
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: r4 = 0000000F
      Oct 29 09:56:49 localhost kernel: irq26: nobody cared

      Is this a memory problem? Bad kernel, bad Apex configuration or is
      normal? Thanks with any help.
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