Bug#510060: installation report for lenny d-i rc1 on silicon graphics O2
* Giuseppe Sacco <email@example.com> [2009-01-14 12:11]:
> Later on, I halted the system, plugged in the pci card again, booted and
> looked at those values. They were still without the "pci(0)" part and
> the system booted correctly.
> So, I think something changed these values, maybe because I had this pci
> board installed, but the variables value doesn't require the "pci(0)",
> at least until you boot using the internal controller :-)
Pretty strange that it didn't fail to boot initially then. BTW, I
looked at my local docs for IP32 and I in fact used the pci(0)
parameter. However, since my IP32 is dead, I cannot do any further
However, just for the record: adding pci(0) in all cases is a bad idea
since it will break the Indy. So if adding pci(0) is needed (and from
what you say this may not be true), we should only do it on IP32.