Re: DRM/DRI accelerated (3D) graphics?
Sorry to ask, but did you check your Debian 126.96.36.199 CD/DVD image?
Indeed, Squeeze 188.8.131.52 ships with kernel 2.6.32 IIRC
thus don't understand how the setup program ends up with 2.6.26 kernel
Or maybe the Linux image (default name) of your elilo.conf file points
to the wrong kernel.
2011/8/22 MG <email@example.com>:
> Dear Émeric et al,
> Here's another follow-up, with regard to the issues I've been having
> whilst (re)installing Debian on my rx2620. I hope you won't mind, on
> such a short notice.
> I've installed and reinstalled it in its entirety several times. I
> didn't wish to spend too much time figuring out what may possibly go
> wrong with the ELILO installation phase. What I did, I simply prepared
> a SCSI disk with the 5.0.3 net-install CD (along with ELILO) and then
> proceeded to install Debian 6.0.2. So far, at some point, it seemed
> to go okay; I was fairly optimistic about my chances, until I ran
> into additional problems.
> The most prevalent error I'm getting at the moment, during the Linux
> boot and initialization procedures, is the following:
> modprobe: FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.26-2-mckinley/
> modules.dep: No such file or directory
> This is apparently quite serious. I've tried the usual things, to fix
> this. The problem here isn't so much that the file *isn't there*, but
> rather that it doesn't want to load or wish to 'see' it. (At least, that
> is the impression I'm getting.)
> Could it perhaps be that the architecture/processor type cause confusion?
> The "lscpu" command also doesn't understand the type of processor, seems
> to also think that it's an '8-socket [multi-processor]' system. (Although,
> the information in "/proc/cpuinfo" is a lot more accurate and truthful.)
> I'll see how an rx2600 ("Madison" processor) system reacts on this, maybe
> tomorrow. Perhaps this is specific to the rx2620, in terms of possible
> differences (unless I can reproduce the same issues on an rx2600). Anyway,
> whenever I do, I'll naturally report back to you with the results.
> Any requests for specific logs, feel free to ask me to do so and I'll see
> what I can do.
> Kind regards,