Re: Can't boot live DVD Debian 6, KDE, 1GB
Your response makes no sense to me. A live CD does not use a hard
drive, so why is it even looking for one, much less a slave?
I have no problem with addressing the situation to a wider Debian
audience, but I already know how it will go -- contact the live cd
group. If you think otherwise, then tell me what the appropriate group
is and I'll at least try.
On Sun, 20 Mar 2011 13:25 -0300, "Ben Armstrong"
> On 20/03/11 01:05 PM, dave boland wrote:
> > I'm very hesitant to make any changes to the system because I dual boot
> > (Windows and Mepis) and the last thing I need is more problems (I
> > practice the time honored concept of 1 step forward, 2 backwards).
> > Since some other livecd's do work, it seems to me that we should be
> > looking at Debian to see if this ata2 thing is really necessary and if
> > there are boot modes that will take care of the problem.
> Sorry, but unless you furnish evidence to the contrary:
> 1. It is not a Debian Live problem, but a general user problem and as
> such should be dealt with through general support channels (e.g.
> debian-user mailing list) not here.
> 2. It looks very much like a hardware problem. It does not matter that
> you have another OS that works with it, as it looks like the root of the
> problem is your drive is jumpered incorrectly, and the fact that it is
> jumpered incorrectly is not handled properly by the motherboard, thus
> causing Debian issues.
> So unless *your* research shows that some software-only solution will
> work, you'll have to bite the bullet, open your case and fix the
> incorrectly jumpered drive.
> I'm not trying to be hard on you. I just want you to realize that we
> support Debian Live and cannot divert energy into chasing down every
> strange hardware problem you might have with Debian. The debian-user
> community is much larger, has a broader base of experience, and would
> therefore be better able to help.
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