Quoting Jaume Teixi (email@example.com):
> So the problem is that I'm trying to install Debian 2.1 with
> kernel-image-2.2.12-2.2.12-1 and when booting from CD stops with message:
Ah, that explains the unusual combination (to me) of Debian and kernel
> NCR53c406a : no ports avaiable
> And can't install anything :-(
> And that's due to my SCSI Host Adaptec AIC 7895P on the mainboard
I would assume so, but that's not necessarily a correct assumption.
Probing for *some* device by the kernel has troubled *some* device
in the computer.
> So there's any way to pass trought this message and install sytem ?
As I said, try different kernels. There are some more at the ftp site.
Do you have any fast/slow/safe kernels on your CD?
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