[Bug 272247] Re: System freezes during boot, unless I hold a key down

Scott Minster scott at minsters.us
Wed Dec 10 02:03:52 UTC 2008

thegizmoguy, you can get a dmesg output by opening a terminal and
running `dmesg'.  You can do this as a normal user; you don't need to be
root.  Generally, you'll probably want to redirect that to a file by
running something like `dmesg > dmesg.txt'.  Then you can upload
dmesg.txt here.

On another note, I tried booting my system with my old Hardy 2.6.24
kernel that was still on my system.  It seems to still work, and doesn't
have this bug.  I can suspend and wakeup without too much trouble.  For
some reason, I have to rmmod and modprobe ath_pci and restart nm-applet
to get the wireless working after the wakeup.  This didn't happen with
Hardy, but I don't think it's related to this bug.

I'm not sure what the long term effects of running the older kernel
would be, but I think I'm going to try it for a while.

System freezes during boot, unless I hold a key down
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