|Pikshik6425||!!! what to do? hp dc5750|
|hughesjr||Paul___UK: other than that .. they are working fine for me|
|z00dax||Pikshik6425: stop using that floppy disk|
|Pikshik6425||z00dax: it is sta 10k rpm drive :)|
|Paul___UK||hughesjr: cool, thanks :)|
|z00dax||humm, what controller interface ?|
|hughesjr||Pikshik6425: hmmm ... that is not going to cut it .... :P|
|Pikshik6425||z00dax: ha? do not understand you :)|
|hughesjr||Paul___UK: there are also x86_64 rpms if you need them|
|Pikshik6425||all i know HP dc5750 and sata drive|
|z00dax||Pikshik6425: lspci, and check what sata controller it has|
|Pikshik6425||SATA controller: ATI Technologies Inc SB600 Non-Raid-5 SATA|
|z00dax||perhaps :) Ive never heard of it though, but i bet thats where your issue is|
does it have a legacy mode / compatibility mode / ahci mode ?
look in the bios ... if it does, try that
|Pikshik6425||yes, it must... i saw that|
|hughesjr||Pikshik6425: google says lots about: linux "SB600" sata|
|z00dax||ahci is really nice, i just wish more h/w manuf's were moving towards it - there have been a few and more join in all the time - but be nice to just have everyone only use ahci|
|hughesjr||Pikshik6425: this looks relevant: http://www.fedoraforum.org/forum/showthread.php?t=139852|
|Paul___UK||hughesjr, thats nice, but my cpus arent x86_64. but nice to know|
|hughesjr||Paul___UK: we do it right here :D|
|diamon||Ok, I know this isn't a 'supported' config, but it's so odd and so close to operating perfectly... I have a Linksys rt2500-based wireless card with the rtlink drivers. When booting up in initlevel 3, I hard-lock entirely. If I boot up in single-user mode and run 'service network start' or manually bring it up, it works fine. Any suggestions where to look or what to look at?|
|hughesjr||diamon: where does it lock|
|diamon||I'm currently SSH'd to the box, and iwconfig shows a happy 54Mb link. It locks at the initial "Loading device ### [OK]". Never gets to the OK for that device.|
The eth0 before it gets to OK, but it doesn't. Starting the network service manually in single mode works fine though, all the OK's show up as expected. So very strange...
I'm really wondering if I have something in my ifcfg-ra0 file that is mangling a script or something.
Err, to clarify the previous comment, "The eth0 also in the system initializes fine, but the wireless device never gets to [OK]".
|Pikshik6425||hughesjr: bios --> ide mode --> raid.... Timing buffered disk reads: 56 MB in 3.10 seconds = 18.05 MB/sec|
piece of shit
|hughesjr||diamon: hmmm ... that is strange|
|diamon||That's really the oddest part I think. If I let it boot normally, it freaks and hard-locks. Though you know, let me try it with that interface disabled at boot, see if I can boot normally and try ifupping it...|