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SubjectRe: Ohhh not this now!??!??


On Tue, 30 Jul 1996, Jochen Toppe wrote:

> Well, my system crashed, I decided I might as well put 2.0.10 on it now.
> I compiled it [options attached], installed it, rebooted - nothing unusual.
> So the new kernel comes up on my system. Note that my IDE controller
> is a CMD640B =(, and that hda=AC31000F 1Gig drive, hdb=AC2420F 420M drive,
> and hdc = Toshiba cdrom. All worked fine until this bootup, where the
> kernel simply froze after it had displayed the stuff below. Not even
> ctrl-alt-del worked [are we in a loop with interrupts disabled somewhere??].
> By they way, I tried this after a cold and warm boot - same result. I guess
> I point my finger at the "improved" CMD640 code.

I noticed a similiar problem with the "improved" CMD640 code from 2.0.10.
It simply hangs the system after detection of the second drive on the
secondary interface. This is 100% reproductable.

Marcin


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