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bacafe
post Dec 1 2011, 04:43 AM
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hello everyone.

I have a debian server that appears to completely stop working after a random amount of time. I just got 2 months out of it, but now I'm barely getting a few days.

When I say it stops working, I mean it stops working. I can't get an image on the monitor, I can't toggle caps lock/num lock etc. I can't ping it at all, however the lights on the NIC stay on, indicating that there is a connection. The only thing I can do it reboot it. I have checked dmesg immediately after rebooting it when this happens, and as far as I can see, there is nothing wrong.

I have put my dmesg on http://pastebin.com/f7F3Uq80

I'm thinking it's hardware though, but maybe I'm missing something. I have taken out all the hardware, and reseated it properly. As yet, I have not had an issue with it doing that, but that was only a few hours ago.

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Gwen
post Dec 2 2011, 03:30 AM
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Hello there.
I useed to have an Acer laptop for a very long time, but now I had to install Linux on it and I'm kinda confused.
And I have no one to ask, because all my friends use Windows or MAC OS.
So can you tell me, please, is it ok that I don't have any folders or anything else on my desk top?
And I can't set another wallpaper. It's so strange.


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