is it possible to say why the system is crashing (from the information displayed on the crash screen) ?
In my case, here an example:
Unabel to handle kernel paging request at virtual address 1e4ba870
EIP: 0010:[<c011f8d3>] Not tainted
eax: 00000042 ebx: 00000202 .......
I got a bad picture of it here: http://baetmaen.de/tmp/PICT0003.JPG
I know on my own that the process that was active or that caused the crash was sshd (It's the same when I try to copy a file over the Samba Server on it, just the smb process is then listed in the crash screen)
This PC is my VDR Box and I have to copy my Star Wars Ep. 1+2 and Clone Wars Recordings to my Windowes PC, because there is the DVD burner
But everytime after copying around 600MB the Linux System is crashing.
Could this have something to do with bad memory chips or the VIA Chipset (I hate Via, but somebody donated the Board and the CPU with Memory to me. He was running WinXP on it without Problems.
By the way, the dist is Debian Sarge.