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Authored by: natecook on Oct 29, '03 05:13:57PM

I had more or less the same problem -- installed 10.3 onto a second hard disk in my G4 PowerMac, it runs great and everything is cool. Reboot into 10.2, and all of a sudden I'm having dependable kernel panics. At first I thought it was trying to burn CDs (since that's why I rebooted -- Toast wasn't working for me), but then I realized it would happen after 15-20 minutes even if I just stared at it.

Long story short, I ran the 'repair permissions' thing from disk utility under 10.2 with my fingers crossed. It hung for a while toward the end, but came through and I've had two days of uptime now and have burned CDs, so it seems to be solved...

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