kernel 2.6.9 problem
ionut.radu at gmail.com
Sat Nov 13 12:19:24 UTC 2004
No, It's not booting whatever I do...
CPU: AMD XP 2200+
MB: ASUS A7V600-X
HDD: SAMSUNG SATA,80 GB
If I install Fedora Core 3 on SAMSUNG SATA harddisk, the kernel freeze
RedHat nash 4.1.18 ...
If I install Fedora Core 3 on a IDE SEAGATE harddisk , the kernel
freeze after displaying:
If I remove the SATA harrddisk, the kernel boots.
I also cannot install Fedora Core 2 if the SATA harddisk is connected.
It freeze when installing after starting the X server.
Windows XP is working great with this computer.It has no problem with
SATA harddisk so any hardware defect is excluded.
On Fri, 12 Nov 2004 10:10:04 +0000, Paul F. Johnson
<paul at all-the-johnsons.co.uk> wrote:
> > I tried to install another kernel from a cd by booting with the
> > rescuecd but I cannot mount the cd. I have a ASUS DVD-RW that works
> > only with ide-scsi and this driver is not present on the rescuecd.
> > The computer does not have a network/modem card so the only solution
> > is to install another kernel from a cd.
> ide-scsi vanished with the advent of the 2.6 kernel. Remove it from your boot
> line and replace with ide-cd=/dev/hdx (where x is the drive letter of the DVDRW)
> As to a new kernel, keep the one which comes with FC3. We of the rawhide list
> have spent bloomin ages ensuring it works. If, after removing the ide-scsi
> line from your boot line, you still have problems - please file a bug in
> bugzilla. That way it can be investigated and sorted.
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