Continued Debian Boot Problems
Using the suggestion by Bruce that I boot the system with the command
"linux cm206=0x350", the system now boots. However, the system now hangs
when it is loading the WD driver.
Booting from the Debian 1.2 disks dated 96-12-8, I get the these messages
before the system hangs:
Loading device 'eth0'
wd.c:v1.10 9/23/94 ..........
eth0: WD80x3 at 0x300 00 00 C0 A6 D2 24 WD8003, IRQ5, shared memory at 0xb800
Does anyone have another suggestion/
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