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SubjectRe: Olivetti hangs in PCI initialisation
On Wed, Nov 07, 2001 at 01:06:11AM +0800, John Summerfield wrote:
>
>
> It's bizarre. The machine boots okay with the Red Hat Linux bootnet
> image for RHL 7.2, and starts running the installer - the the point of
> configuring my network card.
>
> It was hanging at the point where I saw the message "PCI: Using
> configuration type 1."

Hi.

Some time ago I had an old Pentium Olivetti die on me during boot
in pci-country. I could work around that with the boot parameter
'pci=conf1'. You seem to die in conf1. Maybe you should try out
conf2 and see what happens?
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