On Fri, Nov 10, 2000 at 08:56:22AM +0200, Reinier Bezuidenhout wrote:
|I've upgraded my 5.0-current to the sources of about 2 days ago ... before
|then my CD-ROM was working just fine (detected etc), since the upgrade
|my kernel too fails to detect the cdrom. One out of the 5 times I rebooted,
|it found the cdrom. What seems strange is that if it fails to detect the
|cdrom, my hardrive LED stays on the whole time.
# uname -sr
I confirm the same situation happened to me.
- HD LED stays on all the time.
- dmesg doesn't even show any living sign of my CD-ROM which worked fine
under 4.1.1-STABLE. I'm using the GENERIC kernel which contain support
- After a few hours my system went very slow. I'm typing this message
in a Pentium III 733 MHz but it felt like I'm on Intel 80386 :)
|This is not on a laptop but on an Intel BX440 chipset motherboard, PII.
I'm using ASUS PC133 CUSL2 motherboard
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