Re: azx_get_response -- please help!
Ok lets start. If you add a module of kernel in the file
/etc/modprobe.d/blacklist with the structure "blacklist module_name"
in the next boot the kernel will not load the module. With this trick
you can boot many problems which have problem with some modules. So
you can boot on the system and then you can make the necessary
upgrades modules or everything else.........
On 10/22/06, Kay Smarczewski <email@example.com> wrote:
On Tue, Oct 17, 2006 at 03:29:50PM +0200, Margiolas Christos wrote:
> I had the same problem on my laptop. Your problem occured mayby by some
> modules which can't recognize your hardware, I think....... So you should
> add these modules in the blacklist and after If you can boot on your
> install a newier version of linux kernel and after remove the modules
> blacklist and boot with the new kernel. If you want more info just tell
> my case:
I have the same problem with ATI Technologies Inc SB450 HDA Audio (rev
01). But I already have the 2.6.18 kernel. Makes it sense to add the
module to the blacklist and recompile the kernel?
What effect has adding to the blacklist?
I would be very interested in further information!!!
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