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[Xen-devel] hda: Lost Interrupt

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Subject: [Xen-devel] hda: Lost Interrupt
From: David Denny <david@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2004 21:48:01 +0000
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Well, I tried a few things but we all end up the same way. A whole heap of 
hda: lost interrupt, after which it finally detects hda, then the same stuff 
with hdb (both ide), then hdc (ide cdrom) which finally just sort of hangs.

Tried this with stock binary install, then "ignorebiostables", then removing 
tls, then removing all the acpi, apm, ide=nodma, blah blah, OK then tried a 
compile from source (after tussling with bitkeeper hohum), finally hacked 
through a whole heap of make oldconfig stuff. Every time same result.

umm this is quite a recent athlon with a sis chipset and and the infamous asus 
mobo, any ideas ppl?

or my latest attempt to run a virtual thingy is on ice till I can find a spare 
serial console box...

David Denny

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