AMD64 Stable fails to boot on Dell PowerEdge 1950
tdp at eng.mstarmetro.net
Tue Oct 31 17:37:00 UTC 2006
I've had no difficulty with 1950/2950 installs, as long as the disk
controller is the PERC 5/I. I don't know if this holds for Vivek's
experience as well.
However, with the SAS5 controller (LSILogic SAS) AMD64 won't boot without
- ACPI / APIC disabled, killing SMP
- Any BCE interfaces disabled in BIOS
On 31/10/06 11:45 -0500, Bill Moran wrote:
>In response to Vivek Khera <vivek at khera.org>:
>> On Oct 27, 2006, at 1:00 PM, Travis Pugh wrote:
>> > Is there something I'm missing with regards to ACPI on the AMD64
>> > platform? I've read here that i386 boots fine on the same hardware.
>> I have one piece of dell equipment which insists on disabling ACPI
>> timer and then everything works. Disabling ACPI totally seems
>> undesirable under normal circumstances.
>I've done multiple installs of 6-STABLE on a 1950 without problems.
>One of them was used to create a custom install CD that I'm using today
>to install on several others. Haven't had to tweak anything at all
>in the BIOS.
>I missed the start of this thread. Did you give any more hardware
>Collaborative Fusion Inc.
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