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Re: kernel without smp

On 11/07/06 03:07:47PM +0100, sigi wrote:
> Hi, 
> as I noticed today, for my wlan-card-module, I need a kernel without 
> smp-support enabled... This was the reason, my new rt2570-module always 
> locked my keyboard: the prebuilt debian kernel I'm using 
> (2.6.17-2-amd64) has smp enabled. 
> Now, to resolve the problem, do I have to build my own kernel (what I 
> not really want), or is it enough to install the package 
> linux-image-2.6-amd64-k8? 
> I didn't find any kernel *amd64-k8 for etch, which existed earlier, so I 
> think that linux-image-2.6-amd64-k8 (as transitional package) will only 
> update to the latest generic amd-kernel available? 
> So, only chance to build my own one to use my rt2570-module? 

Have you tried booting with the kernel parameters 'nosmp' or 'maxcpus=1'?


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