Re: Unidentified subject!
Thanks for the help. I tryed that and it didn't seem to work. Perhaps if
I included more information it would be easier to diagnose. If I don't
physicla turn the machine off (reset doesn't work ether) it will hand on
bootup. It hangs on the folowing line.
0:35 MAX_MD_DEV=4, MAXEREAL=8
I would apreciat any help that anyone could provide me.
On Sat, 19 Apr 1997, Rick Macdonald wrote:
> On Fri, 18 Apr 1997, LinuxBOX wrote:
> > My Debian box hangs on boot if you don't physicaly shut it of and on. The
> > reboot comand or even ctl+alt+del are a sure to crash when it reboots.
> > Any sujestions?
> You don't say what kind of "crash". Does it just "hang"?
> A year or two ago some change to the kernel or sound drivers caused my
> system to hang during a warm boot at the point where it loaded the sound
> It would boot OK if I powered off, pushed the reset button, or booted DOS
> My solution was to configure the system to always do a _cold_ boot.
> This is done by the following line in lilo.conf:
> append = "reboot=c"
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