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Re: Audio problems with Asus K8V SE Deluxe

> I'm using an x86_64 kernel (64-bit), compiled from the Debian kernel
> source package for version 2.6.7, with ALSA compiled as modules, and
> no OSS (except for the ALSA OSS APIs). It's using the snd_via82xx
> driver.

I've tried to switch to an x86_64 kernel today, but failed to get it
to boot.

I've followed the FAQ's instructions for cross compiling a 64-bit
kernel on a 32-bit host, and also recompiled in a pure64 chroot after
booting the official debian amd64 kernel, but in both cases, the kernel
I've compiled stops booting after:

VFS: Mounted root (ext3 filesystem) readonly.
Freeing unused kernel memory: 164k freed

It just sits there.  It isn't hung, since it responds to keyboard input
(enter, shift page-up, alt sys-req), but it doesn't go any further.

Any thoughts?


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