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Old 1st February 2012, 09:46 PM
Jalovcan Offline
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Problem in the kernel package has been detected

Hi I got this problem, sometimes if i run fedora 16 i get after a long time period for about several hours this "problem" repeatedly occurring during one session, last time it was couted in ABRT and it was abot 2000 times..just repeatedly jumps notification with this "A Problem in the kernel package has been detected"

only reboot is cancelling that
I got tle latest kernel now with kmod-nvidia drivers..

I shot the screen, look at it please, I't really annoying:

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Old 2nd February 2012, 12:12 AM
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Re: Problem in the kernel package has been detected

I experienced the exact same thing this afternoon for the first and only time.
The messages just kept popping up and besides that it wasn't crashing or showing any intention to going to, so I just ignored it.
It wasn't a very long session but I had let it hibernate though.
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