Bug#596405: Debian Squeeze Kernel incompatibility issue with Toshiba Satellite L650D notebook
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From: Mgr. Janusz Chmiel <email@example.com>
Subject: Debian Squeeze Kernel incompatibility issue with Toshiba Satellite L650D notebook
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2010 16:50:53 +0200
Dear core developers of The Debian kernel,
I would like to very kindly please You for an advice. I AM using
Toshiba Satellite L650D laptop with The following technical
AMD Turion(tm) II P520 Dual-Core Processor
It is 64 bit CPU. I Am not able to successfully load Debian Squeeze
Linux distro. I AM experiencing error with kernel. The screen is full of
The lines, which are containing The names of initiated kernel modules,
such as ACPI. But system is not responding and operating system is
unusable, only several kernel modules are being initialized.
I Am having those issues only with Debian Squeeze kernels, starting with
Debian Alpha 1 from 13.3 and ending with latest awailable Debian Squeeze
I Am not having those issues with Debian Lenny kernel version. I can not
use Debian Squeeze 64 bit version too.
I Am experiencing those issues also with Ubuntu starting with The
version 10.04 and ending with The latest daily or Beta builds of Ubuntu.
I AM also having those issues with PCLINUX OS 2010. So i think, that The
problem is in HAL or in other kernel modules.
Would You tell me, what could be The cause? I can send You more
diagnostics information, if You will write me how to reach those
I have 4 GB RAM awailable on my Toshiba laptop.
Any help is strictly welcomed.
Thank You very much for Yours advice.