<SOLVED> Re: Can't Reboot to Win98 After Restarting from Woody
This is how I got it works.
It wasn't APM that caused the problem. It was pcmcia service that tried
to load inapporiate module which was "i82365.o"
The PC card (Linksys PCMLM56) wasn't working. Adding the module
"yenta_socket" made the card working, yet there were
always error messages at bootup complaining inapproriate modules and at
shutting down module "i82365.o" isn't loaded, can't unload ...
I managed to change the value of PCIC from i82365.o to yenta_socket.o at
/etc/default/pcmcia and removed the added module.
It turns to be that now I can boot to Win98 in a warm start happily, :-)
I wondered why the module "i82365.o" is chosen as default config.
Yuhanes Tjandra wrote:
I am currently running Woody, dual booting with Win98SE in my laptop
The problem is that Win98Se can't be booted direct after restarting
from Woody. It freezes and the only thing that I can do is to press
the power button off and on, then Win98Se can operate normally.
FYI, I used to have potato in this laptop, which was upgraded to SID
and kernel-image 2.4.18-5 (being used in current Woody as well) later
on and never had any problem with that.
Anyone has a clue to that? Any help will be appreciated.