Question about Red Hat Enterprise ES 4 for Linux
Might be a hardware problem. Check Disk, check memory.
This is a good bootable CD that can ferret out a bad hard drive.
Most current Linux CDs will have a "memtest" feature. If you find a bad spot on disk (when it displays text in red!), pull out a stick or two and re-run untill it runs for an hour with no messages.
Once you have good disk and good memory, you'll be ready for business. Freezing is usually bad hardware.
You can also check /var/log/messages for any errors just before the system is rebooted
Posted on Dec 06, 2009
This may be a packets problem try in terminal sudo apt-get install -a if it is some loose packet responsible this should help
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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