Re: Installation problem w/ ASUS S82000
I just had a similar problem myself. If you look in the archives for
this list for december, the last email by "dude" has a fairly detailed
answer. Basically, the system does a scan whenever it starts cardmgr.
If there is a resource conflict in the areas it scans, it will hang.
I had to edit /etc/pcmcia/config.opts and tell it to exclude some
resources. Which ones I think is specific to your particular system,
on mine I had to add the line:
exclude irq 5
so it would not conflict with the sould card.
To do this, boot into the installation using the DVD-ROM, and select
the option "execute the shell". mount your harddisk with a command
mount /dev/hda1 /mnt
(this assumes that you are using the first partition on the first IDE
drive as your root partition) Then cd /mnt/etc/pcmcia/ and use the
ae editor to change config.opts. Maybe somebody else can comment as
to which resources it would be good to exclude.
Hope this helps
On Mon, 1 Jan 2001, email@example.com wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> I'm failing to install Debian 2.2 r0 on my new ASUS S8200 laptop.
> Laptop info:
> o Mobile PIII w/ 700 Mhz
> o PhoenixBIOS 4.0 Rel.6.0
> o CRT Display mode: XGA w/ res.1024 x 768
> o 10 GB IDE-HD from Toshiba
> o DVD-ROM from Toshiba
> o and USB-support
> For every other details please check
> Installation Media:
> Binary-CD1 from a german distributor LinuxLand using the
> DVD-ROM as the boot device.
> Installation steps:
> Installation is OK until you need to restart the system;
> i.e. I've tried it with and without a small /boot partition
> to insure that it is not a problem with cylinders > 1024.
> After the reboot the system seems to startup normally, the
> only message I do not understand and might be suspicious is:
> chmod: /etc/resolv.conf: No such file or directory
> INIT: Entering runlevel: 2
> Starting system log daemon: syslogd klogd.
> Starting PCMCIA services: modules cardmgr.
> This is the last boot message, than the system hangs
> or does whatever.
> Can you please advise me what to do and/or whatever
> other information detail you might need from my
> failed installation attempt.
> Kind regards,
> Viktor Ransmayr
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