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Old 04-14-2006, 07:37 AM   #1
Registered: Dec 2004
Location: Belgium
Distribution: debian
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kernel too old for thread-local storage support


I rebooted my debian linux box and I'm getting this one:

cannot set up thread-local storage: kernel too old for thread-local storage support
when trying to get in mysql, or when running 'man'...
maybe others to, I don't know

the point is, a few days ago I had serious electricity problems (energy cuts...) and from then, my hardrive is doing weird: I have to power off and power on my tower multiple times before having the hardrive to run.

once it runs, everything looks fine, at least until now:-/



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