kernel panic: kernel-184.108.40.206 + alsa-1.0.16(or15) + Slackware-12
I am working fine with kernel-2.6.21 and latest 220.127.116.11
Kernel panic (nothing written on /var/log) with latest 18.104.22.168 kernel and jackd (soundtool) + tascam-us122 (soundcard). The "three" lights flashing, I have access only with Alt+SysRq+B (Reboot)
Of course jackd could be the problem, or the driver of tascam (snd_usb_usx2y)
But I am wondering.
Since I have the headers of kernel-2.6.21 is that a problem to compile a newest kernel? Should I try the kernel headers of Slackware-current or it's a waste of time?
Also, this is helpfull?
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