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Bug#242064: Kernel doesn't like my IDE chipset

* Roland Mas <lolando@debian.org> [2004-04-04 17:32]:
> When loading the ide-detect module, the kernel logs show that the hard
> disk and CD-ROM drive are correctly detected, but then I get lots of
> "hda: lost interrupt" (same with hdc).  From then on, no hard disk or
> CD-ROM access manages to get through.  I tried not loading the sis5513
> module, using the generic module instead, I also tried without even
> the generic module, no better.  LKML tells me I should try and disable
> DMA at boot time, but I haven't been able to guess how to do that (I
> get the same results when using "linux nodma ide=nodma hda=nodma
> idebus=nodma" and disabling DMA from the BIOS's setup).

Do Herbert's 2.4.26 or 2.6.5 packages work better?  If not, I'll
reassign this bug to the kernel package and let Herbert sort it out
with you.
Martin Michlmayr

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