From: Nuno Silva (nuno.silva_at_vgertech.com)
Date: Sun 20 Oct 2002 - 18:45:04 BST
I guess you're reporting your problem with the main focus on your
hardware. Are you sure that the prolem is in the hardware? Have you
tried to unplug that hard drive, connect it to a [insert here all the
tested cpu arch's] and rerun the tests? Does it work?
All i'm saying is: maybe the problem is somewhere else?
p.s. no, I don't own anything with a C3...
Klavs Klavsen wrote:
> Hi guys,
> I'm really disapointed here. I've only got one comment (outside list,
> from Vlad) on my posts about what to do, to get the vserver working on
> the Via C3 platform.
> No one, has any tips, as where to start looking, no one uses Via C3 I
> gather? anything that could be helpful?
> Anyways, I'll try to look harder into the matter and see if I can figure
> out what exact codeline/program makes it barf - as the vserver program
> that barfs out the error is a shell-script - and it weirdly enough says
> the error message occured on the last line of the script (which cannot
> be of course)..