[PlanetCCRMA] Re: 2.6.7 ccrma kernel and usb / nvidia support

Shayne O'Connor forums@machinehasnoagenda.com
Wed Nov 17 21:35:02 2004

Rick B wrote:

> You could try booting without acpi. To do this you need to add
> acpi=off 
> to the kernel boot line in grub.conf like so:
> title Fedora Core (
>     root (hd0,1)
>     kernel /vmlinuz- ro
> root=/dev/hda3 
> rhgb acpi=off apm=off
> Or you can just edit the line when the boot screen appears by clicking
> on the kernel you wan't to boot then pressing "e". When your done 
> editing press enter and then press "b" to boot. This only works for
> that 
> one boot, if you want to make it permanent you will have to add it to 
> the grub.conf file.
>                             Rick B

nope - that didn't do it either :(

unless anyone else has some ideas, looks like it's time for another
re-install ... dear god ...