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SubjectRe: Linux 2.6.7 - ACPI still broken
Thomas Zehetbauer wrote:

> As posted on 2004-06-07 ACPI support seems to be broken for Intel
> D865PERL board since at least 2.6.7-rc2.
>
> When booting with the standard flags (nmi_watchdog=1 root=/dev/md0
> video=matroxfb:vesa:0x1bb) the kernel locks up with different error
> messages immediately after "ACPI: Subsystem revision 20040326". Adding
> "acpi=off" to the command line makes everything work again.

I have the same problem, using a D865GBF, which is nearly the same
board. BIOS is the most current version; booting with acpi=off allows
the boot to proceed and function normally. I've tried rebuilding without
"kernel IRQ balancing" and "register parameters" (which were my two most
recent config changes), but no improvement.
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