Bug#493267: lenny beta2 installer bug
Hi thanks for the help and sorry for late reply have being busy with
work and stuff.
Well anyways i tried it and worked just fine. For some reason its
disabling irq19 during installing but havent notice anything bad
because of it.
Kedit doesent seem to work. If iam in as user and type su in console.
Only non-grafical editors like nano works then.
if i dont try to run it as root it works but cant save anything naturally.
also for some weird reason if i change my clock in linux into my time.
it will adjust my windows clock into wrong time hehe sick.
other weird thing is that dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg
lets me only to adjust my keyboard settings nothing else.
On 9/16/08, Jérémy Bobbio <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 01, 2008 at 08:36:04PM +0300, Perse Paine wrote:
>> Boot method: <CD>
>> Image version:
>> Comments/Problems: I have 4 Sata slots in my motherboard. If i use slot 1
>> 2 with hard-disk i cant install or run Debian cos it whines about IRQ 19
>> conflic and try to disable it. PCLinuxOS 2008 Mini-Me worked fine but i
>> it and love Debian.
>> If i dont use any hard disk in slots 1-2
>> and use slot 4-6 instead it doesent whine anything and work like
>> dance.(There is no sata 3-4 slot's. There is space on it but no
>> more expensive mobo must have Sata 6 connectors.
>> I did buy today Sata DVD ROM and disable
>> IDE from bios and supprice supprice. I can use in Sata Slot 1 or 2 with
>> DVD ROM. But when i connect my 3rd hard disk. Debian will not boot but to
>> Vista i can still boot.
>> There is someone in Abit forum having
>> similiar problem with me:
> Could you test again to install Debian using on of the daily built
> images? The kernel in those images has been updated to a newer version
> and should fix the issues you had with your SATA drives.
> Jérémy Bobbio .''`.
> firstname.lastname@example.org : :Ⓐ : # apt-get install anarchism
> `. `'`