Thanks Jaap Looks like you have a problem with smp symmetric multiprocessing. Can you explain this better? Visit the following links: If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please. This is the one I recommend. Ok, I have narrowed it down to Core 2 on my 5960x. Not sure what version that was. While I am trying to upgrade Ubuntu, I am getting error as mentioned above. The current version can be obtained from.
Something is just not happy. You'll then want to fix the problem upgrading kernel source and recompiling your kernel should do it and reboot with smp enabled. You might try installing from different media like a usb flash or dvd-rom drive. If I enable it it kernel panics. The kernel panic happens almost directly after choosing any of the options, no matter which one of the options is choosen.
You can add the following to the kernel stanza in grub 'nosmp'. I booted the machine and it still came up with the same error. If it is a problem with the hardware I would bet on the memory heirarchy for consistent panics. To rule out hardware problems I tried to install Ubuntu 16. But what else do I need to do now? You may try configure syslogd to send the messages to a remote host - to read them even when the target machine becomes completely unavailable.
I have managed to get a loan of some memory and unfortunately I am still having the exact same problem. While I am having a problem with the Broadcomm driver update is necessary for removing such errors. I forgot to attach it. You can get to recovery mode from the initial boot menu may need to mash Esc on bootup to pause it since the timeou is very short Sorry no luck in getting any logs. When I rebooted; very early into the boot sequence, pretty much straight after loading the boot. My system automatically shuts down at any moment giving the same error Kernel Panic - not syncing and then i have to power off the system manually and then power on to restart working with it.
From there make sure you can get into bios. . Feels hardware related to me. If the installer, have you tried booting with the basic graphics option? If no luck, try some other booting usb. I'm sure the problem has been solved. Then, consider whether the equipment used to work without incident, and go back to that environment load an earlier kernel-version to see if it still does.
Can someone please take a long close look at the screen capture. However I read rumors that there is going to be a new version out before the end of the month. After the last reply, I encountered the same problems twice. Also I get error messages such as follows regularly upon shutdown of Ubuntu 12. In some cases, the default behaviour is an obstacle, particularly, when the devices are crashing in the field and we need to know what went wrong, as a post mortem. So what you said does make sense.
. Before I report the issue is there anyway to get logs from the installation process? I wasn't sure if you knew the full consequences of this solution, so sorry if I just wasted your time. Site Moderator Posts: 34373 Joined: 6. As a hail mary, try disconnecting all drives and see if you can get a login prompt. I didn't find anything that seemed to be the same issue so will do. Verify md5 checksums for the installation media. I am going to test and let you know the results.
A wired connection is the easiest if you are able to do that. Hi All, I am currently running Ubuntu 12. If I encounter the problem again, I will check it. From what i can read online kernel version 4. Everything is at its default clocks, voltages etc. Feels hardware related to me. Hi Boot into an older kernel from the grub menu at start up.
Now, you could spend a lot of time trying to sleuth this problem, whatever it is, but you probably have better things to do with your time. When you only have a broken system, isolation is hard and frustrating. Ideally, it'll fail in the same way which is useful from a debugging point of view. And normally you would not want to change this behavior. At these times helps to have a functioning computer so you have an ability to swap in known functioning parts. I seriously don't know what's going on, I am running Kali Linux version 2016. Our server has only 1 cpu and last week i upgraded our kernel but probably with smp enabled.