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Re: Install

On Tuesday 25 October 2005 04:44, Ken & Joan Townley wrote:
> Loading usb-uhci module
> usb-uhci.c High bandwith mode enabled.
> It then locks up  and  will not go any further into the install.

This means that either there is a kernel driver conflict or your hardware 
does not like this driver.

Looks like you did a default installation with the 2.4 kernel. Suggest you 
try booting the installer with "linux26" to try if the 2.6 kernel solves 
the problem.

Alternatively, you can probably work around this by making sure the 
usb-uhci driver is not loaded during boot.
For this you will need to use the installer as a rescue system (see 
instructions in our FAQ [1], question 28). After mounting /target you 
need to blacklist usb-uhci for both discover and hotplug by editing their 
configuration files in /target/etc/discover resp. /target/etc/hotplug.

If you have further problems, please file an installation report [2].


[1] http://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstallerFAQ
[2] http://www.debian.org/devel/debian-installer/report-template

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