[PlanetCCRMA] Kernel Panic 2

Mark Knecht markknecht@attbi.com
Sun Jan 26 15:16:28 2003

   Hi. Welcome. I had a problem like this. The clue (for me) was that a
bit before this problem occurs, if I looked as all the info going by, I
could see that it was recognizing /dev/hde instead of /dev/hda. All I
did to get running was change the lines that are associated with the
drives in fstab, and also change the /boot/grub/grub.conf file making
all the hda's into hde's and I was up and running.

   We still haven't figured out what causes this. The stock RH kernel
has no problem with my systems, but this problem does come up with the
Planet kernel.


On Sun, 2003-01-26 at 22:48, youyou wrote:
> I've read the old messages and i think i have the same problem.
> i've installed the 2.4.19 kernel, and then reboot to test it, it starts very
> fast and stop on lines ide0 and ide1, instead of finding my HD type ( the
> older kernel 2.4.18-17 used to display "Maxtorblablabla..." and go on just
> where the 2.4.19 fails and stops.)
> my chipset is nforce2, i've installed alsa rpms but i did nothing else
> before it fails, i can't install my onboard sound, i also have a creamware
> card in my computer, i don't know much about it, should i try anything or
> should i wait for the next upgrade?
> i'm going to change bios configuration to solve an irq problem between my
> onboard sound and another peripheral i don't know.
> congratulations for your isos, i found them great, it's much easy to install
> even for a newbie like me ( i've found the answer to my cd burning
> question ).
> i'm really looking forward to using those linux apps, i hope my newbie
> questions won't bother you all.
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