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RE: woody bf24 problem

Just use noapic as a boot parameter when installing and booting Debian.
After you install Debian with bf24, you can add the noapic parameter to

-----Original Message-----
From: Paul William [mailto:maillist@bestworldweb.homelinux.com] 
Sent: sábado, 11 de Outubro de 2003 21:05
To: LeVA
Cc: debian-users
Subject: Re: woody bf24 problem

Install with the 2.2 kernel and then install another kernel when debian is
install. You could install a nice new 2.4.22 kernel which might fix your

On Wed, 2003-10-08 at 00:41, LeVA wrote:
> Hello!
> I have a little problem with the woody cd's bf24 kernel image: When 
> the 'bf24' kernel starts and tries to detect what devices are in the 
> ide channels, I get a lot of error messages (appr. 1mess. / 5sec):
> hda: lost interrupt
> hdb: lost interrupt
> hdc: lost interrupt
> hdd: lost interrupt
> This is not happening if I start the installation with the 2.2 kernel. 
> I must do the install with the bf24.
> What should I do?
> Thanks!
> Daniel
> --
> LeVA

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