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SubjectRe: Immediate reboot during kernel init

We also had a similar problem when we got in some nice new TX
mobos. The solution that we found (actually, it was someone
else :) was to edit drivers/char/keyboard.c (for 2.0.x) or
drivers/char/pc_keyb.c (recent 2.1.x) to remove the "#ifndef
__i386__" around the "#define INIT_KBD".

Alan Cox has a patch which makes this a config option, which
is somewhat useful if you're as forgetful as me :)

In the end, though, we just flashed an updated BIOS and it fixed
everything for us.


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