Re: Problem during boot
How do you get the installer to install and boot the 2.6 kernel?
Richard Mittendorfer wrote:
Also sprach Antonio <firstname.lastname@example.org> (Tue, 03 May 2005 13:58:41
I'm trying to install Debian for the first time. I choose to install
Debian 3 RC2, through the internet using a minimal installation CD.
But when I did the first boot (to actually download and install the
packages from the internet) the computer (Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo D)
stopped because of a IRQ conflict. If still remember it was something
right shortly after the usb driver being loaded. I even tried with
the 'nousb' option but still doesn't work.
Did anyone had this problem? If so, how this you solved it.
i'm not familiar with the debian installer (it's quite a time since :),
a) but you can try to disable acpi (acpi=off).
b) go into the bios and see if changing irq settings helps.
c) disabling some onboard things (usb, sound) there.
d) if there are (pci)card's claiming the same irq switching the
pcicard's to other slots might help.
e) try another installer (netinst. or take sarge-booting 2.6 with "expert" at