Things To Know About Linux Kernel Panic
As a method of protecting the system from corruption, the system restarts without notifying the user.
- Inappropriate attempt by OS to write to RAM;
- Software bugs or malware;
- Faulty Hardware ( i.e. RAM – If you upgraded your RAM to an unsupported frequency or if not fitted properly);
- Incompatible drivers;
- Normally Kernel Panic doesn’t happen so often and actually is pretty rare.
- To avoid kernel panic you can see your computer specifications of hardware to be installed and not just install new memory with any frequency clock for example;
- For system kernel panic you must keep your system up-to-date;