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comment XBMCbuntu freezes at random intervals
Thank you for your help! As previously stated I attempted to set the suspected bad RAM in a different slot, memtest did not have errors any longer, I believe this is because the slot has gone bad but only time will tell.
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accepted XBMCbuntu freezes at random intervals
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accepted Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
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comment XBMCbuntu freezes at random intervals
Ran Memtest86+ and unfortunately I should've started this first, I switched my configuration to individual reports and it started producing errors, I took out one stick of RAM and voila no more errors are being produced, I'm trying another slot to diagnose a bigger motherboard issue, if that pans out then I'll be happy otherwise It's off to amazon. Do you know of where to get the cheapest RAM.
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comment Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
@MartinvonWittich see: this question
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comment Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
@MartinvonWittich $ and not the linux verison. I dont have the monetary resources to replace the hardware, so I'm attempting to salvage what I can. And I haven't tried a different kernel yet. Also, I like to tinker with my system. Besides the fact that fixing the correct hardware would be nice to know, process of elimination and that.
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comment Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
Thanks for this I will look into it.
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comment Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
@MartinvonWittich If you know of a way to switch to the VT (I assume this is short for a tty console) on panic that would be lovely to know.
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comment Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
I upvoted this answer because it will be helpful as I'm not sure if it is a bona fide Kernel Panic, I assume it is because no matter of mouse manipulation or keyboard smashing will resurrect the system. Again, to reiterate, even if this does not turn out to rectify the issue it is helpful to me regardless thus he receives my upvote. Thank you @terdon.
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comment Recommend distribution for Graphic Design
Hey good recommendation but someone (@Renan) mentioned that in the other answer.
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comment Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
@terdon I have been trying to find out how to use conky and that I believe would be the best solution if you could.
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comment Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
I'm running X11 as are most individuals running linux, I want to push the cause of the panic or the dump itself to screen.
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asked Is there a way to shove kernel-panic to the screen?
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revised XBMCbuntu freezes at random intervals
look at [EDIT:]
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comment XBMCbuntu freezes at random intervals
The fans were still running and but the HDDs showed no activity but were still spinning. It was as if the hibernate function initiated but never completed. Little side-note, it freezes without the screensaver as well.