kmb42vt wrote:Yeah, that's about the worst that can happen. Still, it seems to me though that there's a good chance the respin might ship with the exact same problem if it ships with the same kernel and that might leave a bad taste in a (new/previous) users mouth? "Safely" remove their external hard drive and their system freezes hard...doesn't exactly sound like a promotional bell ringer to me.zerozero wrote:i went though the kernel logs and couldn't find a thing about it as well, i found references to the usb-hdd connexion of course, but from there until the reboot it's blank;
about being something that should be reported in the Update Pack thread, honestly don't know, doesn't hurt, and the worst that can happen is the posts being removed
By the way, I'm running LM 11 with the Ubuntu flavored version of 2.6.39-2 and this particular problem doesn't exist.
Just check my new LMDE installation fully upgrade via incoming repos.
Yes, this occured to me on USB multiple-partition drive, kernal panic eventhou I umount the USB drive via terminal then unplug. This is consistently repeatable on kernel 2.6.39-2-686-pae on my set up.
Just check on my Debian-sid-Gnome, Debian-xfce-Testing, another Debian based setup on the same kernel, no issue since it was upgraded for sometime.
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