Regression 7.0R -> 7-stable?
delphij at delphij.net
Thu Aug 7 22:55:41 UTC 2008
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Gerrit Kühn wrote:
| Hi folks,
| I have a rather new FujitsuSiemens Esprimo here with an AMD Phenom X3
| processor (triple core is somehow strange :-) and a lot of NVidia stuff
| onboard. I installed 7.0-R, which ran quite well except for the bge driver
| and snd_hda which both complained.
| After putting in an extra networking card I was able to install some more
| software and all appeared to be nice. Then I cvsupped to the recent
| 7-stable as of today. My hope was that maybe the bge or the sound card
| would improve from this. However, the new kernel I compiled does not run
| at all. It boots up to CPU#1 and CPU#2 lauchned messages and then sits
| there and does nothing anymore. I have verified this behaviour with amd64
| snapshot images from July and August to make sure I did not compile a bad
| kernel. Both show the same behaviour.
| Are there any ideas what has changed from 7.0-R to recent 7.0-stable that
| could cause this? What can I do to debug/fix this?
Could you please try disabling ACPI and boot? Additionally a 'boot -v'
may reveal some useful information as well. Just some random thoughts.
Xin LI <delphij at delphij.net> http://www.delphij.net/
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