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    Question Give myself kernel panic

    This might sound like a weird request, but how do I hive myself kernel panic? I'm using 32 bit Ubuntu 10.10, and I'm going to upgrade to Ubuntu 11.04 in a few days. I want to kill this Ubuntu version with kernel panic. How would I give it to myself?

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    Re: Give myself kernel panic

    It is against forum policy to give commands that would be damaging to a user's system.

    Backup your important data and reformat the partition.
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    Re: Give myself kernel panic

    Hi!

    Just an idea;

    Do a fresh install of 11.04.

    KegHead

    BTW-what is kernel panic?

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    Re: Give myself kernel panic

    @KegHead: kernel panic = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kernel_panic

    @Orcris; you should follow the very sensible advice posted by AlphaLexman

    Good luck with the upgrade

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