I’m quite new to Fedora and have a problem with my system freezing sometimes.
For about 30 seconds I’m not able to move the mouse and also none of my keyboard inputs are recognized anymore.
I already did some resarch and looked into the kernel logs, where i found the following:
fedora kernel: blacklist: Problem blacklisting hash (-13)
I suspect this to be the underlying problem about my freezing issues.
Then I asked ChatGPT for help about this log, which gave me the following:
The log message “fedora kernel: blacklist: Problem blacklisting hash (-13)” indicates that there was a problem adding an entry to the kernel’s blacklist. The kernel’s blacklist is a list of kernel modules or device drivers that are not allowed to be loaded into the kernel.
The error code “-13” suggests that there was an issue with the kernel’s internal data structures, possibly related to memory management. This could be caused by a number of factors, including a problem with the kernel itself, a problem with the system’s hardware, or a problem with a kernel module or device driver that is attempting to be loaded.
So my question is the following:
could this log about the kernel’s blacklist be related to my freezing issues?
if yes, what can i do about it?
I’m having similar issues where on kernel 6.0.16 and 6.0.17 my computer freezes shortly after login. It will sit at GDM all day, but around 30 seconds to 2 minutes after login it hard freezes and I can only hit the reset button.
AMD cpu and gpu.
edit: This doesn’t happen on my thinkpad x1
edit2: seems to be something with my smb automount not automounting, maybe?