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Bug#255439: d-i report

Thank you for your mail Martin.

Unfortunatly the xfree logs are gone because I already have restarted
the xserver several times since then.

But, as far as it seems that they would be useful and just to be sure about 
my aswers to your others questions I went through the installation 
process again.

As follow:

On Mon, Jun 21, 2004 at 02:51:40PM +0100, Martin Michlmayr wrote:

> * cristian@corpo5.com.br <cristian@corpo5.com.br> [2004-06-20 21:12]:
> > - Configure /etc/network/inerfaces and you are online;
> Was that not done automatically?  

> What was the problem?  Was your card
> found during the installer?
Yes it was, but the installer just did not configure it.
- At some point it asked about the hostname;
- then about ppp;
- even when configuring exim it suggested *local delivery only*.

I am sure it detected the NIC correctly because in lsmod the netsami module shoewd up (tty2 just after the first rebooting).

> > - Detect the wrong vga card (apm instead of ati);
> Can you send your /var/log/XFree86.0.log file please.
Sure, I gzipped the XF86Config-4, XFree86.0.log (before updating the
driver from *apm* to *ati*) and after the update.
In XF86Config-4, you will see (about line 76):

Section "Device"
        Identifier      "ATI Technologies, Inc. Radeon Mobility U1"
	Driver          "apm"

> > - The alsa package is kernel 2.4.25 and the installed kernel is 2.4.26;
> Hmm.
Anything that would help? I will be glad to.

There are some hardware problems that I have not digged into yet as:
- messages in the console: spurious 8259A interrupt: IRQ 7;
- messages in kernel.log: apm: BIOS not found.
Then that maybe the problem.

Again, thank you for your reply and I hope you will excuse my delay in
answering but the installation is quite long.


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