Re: Possible Problem Booting Debian on New Dell
one of the guys on the Debian mailing list suggested that I respond to
the post on this mailing list and report my results.
The thread I had linked to in my earlier post suggested installing
Linux with the pci=noapci boot option. I read the help documentation
for the Debian installer and it just happened to use the "no pci"
option as its example of a boot option. (Perhaps that indicates this
is a common problem?)
In the help documentation the option was slightly different. I could
successfully install Debian Lenny when I used the "pci=off" boot
On 5/5/07, Frans Pop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
On Saturday 05 May 2007 17:03, Redefined Horizons wrote:
> Each time I try to boot from the DVD the installer hangs after this
> message is printed to the monitor's screen:
> "io scheduler cfq registered"
Basically this is a kernel problem, and probably a known one.
Seems to me that this post in one of the threads you linked to gives you
the possible workarounds: