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Boy sounds like you have some major issues here. It definetly should NOT be freezing every 3 hours. You probably have some serious hardware issues. I noticed you have some updates available. May I ask what updates are available? Many time you just need to update to the newest software to get things working correctly especially if you are using a newer machine.
Well thanks everybody. Thanks for reminding me Crashed but updating still didn't help. It seems if linux is so rock stable then I got the limestone of linuxes. I guess that I'm just gonna have to change the version. Which if you ask me it's kind of pathetic that a whole version of linux doesn't work, it's also really disappointing.
Originally posted by jt1020 nicely explained Crashed_Again...
Really? I was just giving some advice. I found that upgrading helps a lot sometimes. Once, sendmail was not working at all and I was not about to troubleshoot those crazy sendmail configuration files. I upgraded and it was magically fixed!