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    deanmoriarty NNTP User

    Default Suse freezes

    Hi to everyone
    I am using openSuse 11 on my laptop and sometimes, with no specific reason it completly blocks, I can just see the mouse cursor responding to my mouse input, all the rest is completly frozen and I need to reboot by pressing the power off button on my laptop.

    I have no idea about what I can do to start to find out what is causing this problem.

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    Default Re: Suse freezes

    * deanmoriarty,

    do you have any ReiserFS partitions in use?
    df -T
    Opensuse 11 seems to have a problem with Reiser.

    Uwe

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    deanmoriarty NNTP User

    Default Re: Suse freezes

    No, I have a partition NTFS with Windows XP and all the rest is for Linux, so I suppose it's the default file system Ext2 or something like that that is set as default option while installing Suse.

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    Default Re: Suse freezes

    i can't tell if you posted to the web forum or via NNTP....in either
    case if you go to http://forums.opensuse.org/search.php and search for
    all threads with this in the subject line [that is, select "Search
    Titles Only" just under the the "Search by Keyword(s)" blank]

    freeze OR lock-up OR crash

    and, if you read those you are very likely to solve your freeze problem
    with openSuSE 11.0

    --
    DenverD (Linux Counter 282315)
    A Texan in Denmark

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    Default Re: Suse freezes

    * deanmoriarty wrote, On 07/15/2008 11:36 AM:
    > No, I have a partition NTFS with Windows XP and all the rest is for
    > Linux, so I suppose it's the default file system Ext2 or something like
    > that that is set as default option while installing Suse.


    That's hard to troubleshoot without more details. If you are using KDE4, I suggest you either update to the latest version in the Factory repo, or better (IMHO) use KDE 3.5 instead.

    Uwe

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