Re: Install Woody r2 on Inspiron 8100
Paul Bettinger a écrit :
it's no debian specific problem. The problem is APIC (not ACPI). There
almost all Dell's are a bit broken.I had the same problem. You can try
to use noapic at bootoption but in my case it didn't help (did read
somewhere that even with noapic it wouldn't be totally of but I have no
clue).What did help was a kernel a bit newer. 2.4.20 or 21 should do.
Since then the kernel switches it off himself when he sees a Dell and
everything works fine.so you have to options.a) use an unofficial debian
installer with a newer kernelb) compile a kernel without apic and use
this one to installperhaps you also have more luck then I with noapic as
kernel option during startup.
P.S.: I got this message back on my first try to contact you.
A message that you sent could not be delivered to one or more of
itsrecipients. This is a permanent error. The following address(es)
It appears that the DNS operator for sortirtomars.comhas installed an
invalid MX record with an IP addressinstead of a domain name on the
right hand side.
Thanks to answer !
I will try with the bootoption.
Finally i have installed debian with basic flavor (just press enter at
cd prompt) and tried to compil new kernel
2.4.23 without success (leds blinks when i try to boot with new 2.4.23)
There is an APIC option in menuconfig ??
PS : I'm don't understand why it's don't work, i have test to send a
mail via an another mail (from my office)
and it's good...
PS2 : Excuse my English, it's not my native language...