Problem with Centos Freezing up

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bryan1
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Problem with Centos Freezing up

Postby bryan1 » 2017/10/12 18:56:38

What could be causing this?

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bryan1
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Re: Problem with Centos Freezing up

Postby bryan1 » 2017/10/12 21:21:15

:?:

Any idea why I would see the \S Kernel \r on an \m when trying to log on? Does it mean I just need to reboot?

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Re: Problem with Centos Freezing up

Postby hunter86_bg » 2017/10/13 02:16:15

What is the content of your ssh banner?

bryan1
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Re: Problem with Centos Freezing up

Postby bryan1 » 2017/10/13 16:05:02

hunter86_bg wrote:What is the content of your ssh banner?


What do you mean by content banner?

Yesterday (Running KDE Desktop) I turned all the Energy Saving settings off, so far it has not froze up yet. However the only thing I have done was open up LibreOffice and drew a couple of boxes...I will need to make the computer work hard and see if I can get it to freeze.

bryan1
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Re: Problem with Centos Freezing up

Postby bryan1 » 2017/10/13 20:30:18

Well my mouse started acting funny like it was hanging up trying to scroll up and down on a webpage, I closed the webpage and now have a solid black screen but I can still move the mouse...

On a Windows computer I would press ctlr+alt+delete, select task manager, start "explorer.exe" and not have to reboot the computer.

tunk
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Re: Problem with Centos Freezing up

Postby tunk » 2017/10/13 23:19:48

You may be able to restart X with crtl+alt+backspace by changing some settings:
https://lists.centos.org/pipermail/cent ... 58131.html