Re: [BUG] 2.4.22 ACPI hangs up NFORCE2 system when using kudzu
From: Andrew de Quincey
Date: Sun Sep 21 2003 - 17:12:54 EST
On Sunday 21 September 2003 21:28, JSTHEMASTER wrote:
> When using Kernel 2.4.22 (<= 2.4.21 works perfectly) ACPI on a system
> with NFORCE2 chipset the system hangs when starting
> kudzu without any output or log-entry!
> If you enable kernel 2.4.22 ACPI on a system running NFORCE2 chipset (I
> got a MSI K7N2 Delta-L mainboard) the system hangs
> when using kudzu (Redhat Hardware detection tool, any version) without
> any output or log entry. I'm sorry, I was unable to monitor any crash
> dump information because the whole system hung up and didn't write any
> data. Kernels 2.4.21 or lower work fine.
Not all nforce2 based motherboards. Most work fine AFAIK.
It sounds like it starts up OK though... I'd need the dmesg from during boot
with ACPI and APIC enabled to try and diagnose the problem.
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