Re: netserver lpr debian nightmare
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- Subject: Re: netserver lpr debian nightmare
- From: Rodney Richison <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 12 Sep 2005 17:25:46 -0500
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Ok, for now, I've said the heck with that card. Though, I'll have to get
back to it later.. Using a single intel nic, it boots just fine now.
Sooo, I've one last question. Since I could not get past the root_pivot
error on an upgrade, is there anything else that needs to be copied from
this test machine to the other machines to insert the 2.6 kernel other
than /boot and probably /lib/modules?
Another slot probably won't help... unless it is some kind of IRQ conflict
or a bad slot.
Have you tried manually configuring from the command line rather than
using some GUI tool? ie. using ifconfig?
Mondo sure helps on this sort of thing. :)
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