Getting Kernel Panic (MAY be related to wireless but not sure)
Running Backtrack Linux R3 here, but this problem has been happening for a long time now.
I get a kernel panic when I boot and no network connection is up, but If I plug an ethernet cable in the bootup process complets succesfully without error.
This leads me to think that maybe the wireless is trying to do something that cause the computer to enter this state, but I am not sure.
Since I am unable to gather logs about the issue (because the laptop completely locks up, only power button works) here are 2 screenshots showing the trace of the panic:
Where can I start looking for solutions to stop this from happening?
Thanks for all your help!!