hottern40 at yahoo.com
Mon Jun 6 14:46:04 UTC 2005
I ended up going back to warty 4. I found no problems
at all with the smp kernels.
My hardware is a dual 933mhz with onboard promise lite
raid controller & additional cmd649 raid controller,
ATI 7000(agp), eth1-3com 10/100,eth0-realtek 8169
System already installed with vsftpd & dvdrip, 2x
regions of raid5.
--- Matt Patterson <matt at v8zman.com> wrote:
> Give us some details about your hardware. Some
> systems dont like kernel
> insert notification, some dont like pci video cards,
> some have crappy
> acpi, apic and local apic implementations. Mine
> didnt like the onboard
> scsi controller.
> chang wrote:
> >I had no trouble with the Warty distro & 686-smp
> >When I switched to Kubuntu & Ubuntu 5.04 the 386
> >default was ok. But the 686-smp kernels just froze
> >system at the gnome or kde gdm. I tried acpi=off
> >I was ready to kill it , but , tried a last
> >in 386 image.
> >I upgraded the linux-image to 686-smp to 2.6.11-1.
> >Then added to the boot image config;
> >acpi=off nolapic noapic.
> >Upgraded all the upgradeable kde stuff to the
> >Removed EVMS from the system , will do my software
> >raid with just mdadm. I would've removed LVM but
> >waited to see if the system booted up ok.
> >System worked, I was able to login, but froze after
> >installing gkrellm and running it.
> >Anybody have any suggestions?
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