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SubjectRe: 2.4.14 fails to boot on a MediaGX
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On Thu, 15 Nov 2001 17:19, Peter Wächtler wrote:
> What kind of motherboard and peripherals are you using?
> AKAIK the mediagx only supports one external pci busmaster and only
> on a specific "device".

I don't know the make of the motherboard without actually pulling the box
apart. The system was designed and used in hotels for Internet access in
rooms to start with... I picked it up after they were replaced about a year
ago.

It's unusual, because it has a PCI chipset, yet only has a couple of ISA
slots. I've been enabling PCI mainly out of habit and in case anything on the
motherboard was using the bus (apparently not), but I wouldn't be surprised
if the PCI chipset is basically broken, since it wasn't really needed.

>
> We are using mediaGXm on ETX and had problems with the wiring of the
> TVIA CyberPro5050 (combined video+audio controller, audio as busmaster)

Could be applicable, given that video and audio are handled on-board. I might
have to open her up tomorrow and have a poke around.

>
> Then there are also tweaks in the PCI IDE configuration for mediaGX.
> Did you enable that?

I've had them on and off, they don't affect the booting problem.

I'll build a kernel using the BIOS access mode (as suggested by Alan)
tomorrow and see if that clears it up.

Adam
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