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when I finished compiling new kernel linux-2.6.22 and reboot my PC I find this error code: Bad RIP value RIP[<000000000000000000000000000>] _stext+0+7fdf7000/0x20 RSP <ffffffffffff8080f70> CRl:00000000000000 ---[end trace ca14322eefdc 828]--- kernel panic ...
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    when I finished compiling new kernel linux-2.6.22 and reboot my PC
    I find this error
    code: Bad RIP value
    RIP[<000000000000000000000000000>] _stext+0+7fdf7000/0x20
    RSP <ffffffffffff8080f70>
    CRl:00000000000000
    ---[end trace ca14322eefdc 828]---
    kernel panic -not syncing:Aiee,killing interrupt handler!
    What can I do .
    ( I have more than one kernel they are run)
    please help me

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    Is that all the information you get when the panic happens? If you look at this message about kernel panics you can see that they normally produce lots more information, particularly a reference to where the problem happened.

    If you can post more details then we might be able to help you.

    Let us know how you get on,

    Chris...
    To be good, you must first be bad. "Newbie" is a rank, not a slight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marwa.gabbani View Post
    when I finished compiling new kernel linux-2.6.22 and reboot my PC
    I find this error
    code: Bad RIP value
    RIP[<000000000000000000000000000>] _stext+0+7fdf7000/0x20
    RSP <ffffffffffff8080f70>
    CRl:00000000000000
    ---[end trace ca14322eefdc 828]---
    kernel panic -not syncing:Aiee,killing interrupt handler!
    What can I do .
    ( I have more than one kernel they are run)
    please help me
    Hi marwa.gabbani! I don`t know what kernel are you have without this! It`s recommended when you get the new kernel to use:
    Code:
    # make oldconfig
    to use the current configuration from your current stable kernel! Every kernel comes with new setting but with experimental stuff too! When using this command to create the config file it will ask you some question relative to the new stuff! So my ideea is to compile the kernel again with the default configuration and see if it`s work!
    Cheers!
    Registered Linux user #471256
    http://counter.li.org
    Don`t give up so easy...
    calin

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    when I finished compiling new kernel linux-2.6.22 and reboot my PC
    I find this error but I think the beginning of error message didn't appear may be it is long , so I wrote the part that appeared

    ffffffffffffff8020e286 000000000000 00000000000023 ffffffffffffffffff81003f02
    ffffffffffffff8020bd91 fffffffff81003f02 <EOI>000000046 0000000000000000

    call Trace:
    <IRQ> [<fffffffffffff802394d8>] handle_level_irq=0xa8/0x0
    [<fffffffffffffffffff8020dg1>]ret_from_intr+0+0/0xa
    <EOI> [<ffffffffffffff802a05c8>]--delay+0x8/0x2c
    [<ffffffffffffffffffffffff80367361>]timer-irq-works+0x21/0x50
    [<ffffffffffffffffffffffff80367d40>]setup_IO_APIC+0x9b0/0xc60
    [<ffffffffffffffffffffffff80217d09>]enqueue_task_fair+0x69/0xa0
    [<fffffffffffffffffffffffffff8021873>]enqueue_task+0x13/0x30
    [<fffffffffffffffffffffffffff80367dd>]APIC_init_uniprocessor+0xdd/0x120
    [<fffffffffffffffffffffffffff80365ag>]kernel_init=0x59/0x290
    [<fffffffffffffffffffffffffff80205c8>]child_rip+0xa/0x12
    [<fffffffffffffffffffffffffff8036550>]kernel_init+0x0/0x290
    [<fffffffffffffffffffffffffff80201be>]child_rip+0x0/0x12
    code: Bad RIP value
    RIP[<000000000000000000000000000>] _stext+0+7fdf7000/0x20
    RSP <ffffffffffff8080f70>
    CRl:00000000000000
    ---[end trace ca14322eefdc 828]---
    kernel panic -not syncing:Aiee,killing interrupt handler!
    What can I do .
    ( I have more than one kernel they are run)
    please help me

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