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Re: Installationsproblem on a nvidia system

Hi Geert and Gaudenz,

thank you very much for answering. I apologize for not having written my text in english. I was on a debian web page written in excellent german when I got the hint to write an installation report to debian-boot@lists.debian.org. So, I didn't think further and just wrote the text in german.

The problem was that my laptop didn't boot after installation processes succeeded. drm tried to execute a command, but put out this text instead:

Init table comand not found: 0xA9

Nothing more happened, the system hung.

Geert gave the hint to set this:

"nouveau.modeset =0"

Thank you!

Because, I didn't know in which file this setting has to be written, I checked for some more hints on the web. I found a web page telling to create this file:


I put in just one line:

# cat /etc/modprobe.d/disable-nouveau.conf
options nouveau modeset=0

The web page also says to "blacklist nouveau", but I didn't because I don't know the additional side effects when doing so.

But, it helped. My system is booting, now, and it seems to run fine.

My next problem is the network card, because it was not recognized by the installation process.

The installed network card is Intel (R) Ethernet Connection I217-LM. It is not configured/running. Do you know, how to get the network card configured the right way?

Best regards, Thomas

On Friday 05 December 2014 07:59:56 am Geert Stappers wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 04, 2014 at 07:26:49PM +0000, Schler  Thomas (ID SD) wrote:
> > Hallo,
> > 
> > zu Debian 7 will ich ein Installationsproblem berichten.
> > 
> > Verwendetes System:
> > Lenovo W540 mit vorinstalliertem Windows 7;
> > Grafikkarte: NVIDIA Quadro K2100M.
> > 
> > Verwendete Debian-Quelle: Buch-DVD, Autor: Heike Jurzik
> > Debian GNU/Linux 7.1.0 Wheezy für "i386" und "amd64"
> > 
> > Verwendete Installationmethode:
> > 64bit, graphisch, KDE als Oberfläche;
> > geführte Installation (nicht expert mode).
> > 
> > Momentaner Zustand: Debian System ist nicht nutzbar. Boot-Vorgang
> > bleibt hängen. Windows ist nutzbar.
> > 
> > Mein Ziel ist, am Ende eine dual boot-Maschine zu haben (Windows,
> > Debian).
> > 
> > Bei der Installation musste ich schon mal die Netzwerkkarte (Intel
> > Ethernet Connection I217-LM) von der Konfiguration ausschliessen,
> > weil diese von Debian nicht erkannt wurde.
> > 
> > Die Installation verlief ansonsten fehlerfrei. Jeder boot-Versuch
> > schlägt aber fehl. Folgende Meldung kommt bereits nach ca. zehn
> > Zeilen output:
> > 
> > Init table comand not found: 0xA9
> > 
> > Was ist der Fehler?
> [1]
> > Wie kann ich den Fehler beheben, ohne eine Netzwerkverbindung besitzen
> > zu können?
> My result from a web search
>   I added 'nouveau.modeset =0' to the end of the line that ended in quiet
>   and that seems to allow me to boot into the os.
> > Viele Grüsse, Thomas
> Groeten
> Geert Stappers
> Notes:
> [1] Your hardware sadly still being owned by Nvidia. You as customer
> are insulted by Nvidia, they don't tell you what they selling.
>  http://www.geekosystem.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/v40g6.gif

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