Re: omapevm3530 kernel panic --- gingerbread

by Hemanth » Mon, 27 Dec 2010 22:23:11 GMT


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 Hi,

Since you have a shell, it is likely to be a framework initialization 
problem rather than a kernel problem.
Try running logcat in the shell to see if it has some errors. The large 
number of untracked pid exit messages is also worrying.
You can try increasing the init loglevel to see what was happening at the 
time.

-Hemanth

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