On Thu, 2007-08-02 at 09:54 -0400, Ernie Zingleman wrote:
> This transpired last night. My m0n0 machine is a older K6 350MHz PC. I've
> got a 64 MB compact flash in it. I had three Intel network cards in it.
> I upgraded the firmware from 1.3b2 to 1.3b3 and things fell apart. Here is
> what the screen showed:
> Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode
> Fault virtual address: 0x1c
> Fault code: supervisor read, page not present
> code segment: base 0x0, limit 0xfffff, type 0x1b, DPL 0, pres1, def 32 1,
> gran 1
> Processor eflags: interrupt enabled, resume, IOPL=0
> current process = 99 (ifconfig)
> trap number =12
> panic: page fault
> uptime: 3s
> After this, I replaced my Intel NICs with 3COM 3C905s and got a error
> message on the NICs that related to a polling failure of the NICs. Is the
> default setup of 1.3b3 to poll the cards? My cards or motherboard evidently
> didn't cooperate and m0n0 never got up and running with 1.3b3. I could not
> find 1.3b2 on the m0n0 web site so I went back to 1.231.
If you want 1.3b2, Manuel provided the following link in the "m0n0wall
not upgrading" thread.
> I hope this helps the developers.
> Regards, Ernie
> (regretfully a member of the crash test dummy club)
Lexington, Kentucky U.S.A.