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Why does Android crash when stressed on Memory where as GNU-Linux keeps running?

I have two devices, an Android phone with an eGlibC stack running side by side with Bionic, and an old HP tower with Debian. My HP tower has 512 MB of RAM. My phone has 2GB of RAM. I run top on ...
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Kernel crash on Fedora distribution but no sign of kernel panic

I am running kernel 3.14.4 on Fedora 18. I am experimenting with a kernel module I am making. The module has a bug (at least one) and crashes the kernel. Sometimes I see a stack trace on my frozen ...
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How long should I wait between keystrokes when doing SysRq + REISUB?

I read this from here: The most useful combination is the Alt+SysRq/Prnt Scrn + R-E-I-S-U-B. The above basically means that while you press and hold Alt+SysRq/Prnt Scrn and press R, E, I, S, ...
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Opening TTY or using IBus freezes Linux?

For some reason, whenever I open a TTY, if I switch back to X11, it will be completely frozen except for the cursor. The exact same thing also happens whenever I use IBus to switch to ibus-mozc for ...
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How to generate kernel crash dumps? [duplicate]

I have X running on terminal 1 and terminal 2 on my RHEL 6.4 system. If i randomly switch between tty1 and tty2, the system crashes. I need to generate crash dump file to analyze the issue. How can I ...
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Linux server crash (kernel NULL pointer dereference + soft lockup - CPU#1 stuck)

I have a Linux 3.2.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.2.46-1 x86_64 GNU/Linux server that keeps crashing, usually once every 24-72 hours. I'm running lighttpd, mysql, haproxy and a couple of always-running ...
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Is Firefox for Linux generally unstable? [closed]

Started using Firefox in the early days and have used it as main browser for a long time. Under Windows, where I used it a lot until approximately 2011, I generally seldom had problems with it. ...
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crash shell: any way to check if a command executed Successfully

I'm automating a test using crash package. Is there some thing like $?, which can be used to check if the previous command executed successfully or not inside a crash shell? For example, when ...
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Hardware problem after fresh Linux Mint install

I've installed Linux Mint, Mate 64bit on my machine. My configuration: Desktop PC HP Pro 3400 Series MT Processor: Intel Core i3 2120 @3.30GHz Chipset: Intel Sandy Bridge Graphic Interface: ...
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System freezes. Can't find anything in the logs

My linux desktop system freezes (aptosid/debian sid) sometimes and after a reboot I can't find any infos about the reason for the freeze in messages/dmesg/syslog/Xorg.*.log. When it "freezes" I can ...
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How to enable crash reports/core dumps/stack trace logging globally?

Crashing bugs can be the most annoying ones, leading to data loss, downtime and frustrated users. It would be good if applications crashed less. Because of the complexity of the machine context, ...