Norberto Meijome wrote:


Maybe unrelated - I had a similar problem yesterday on a small box @ home - it
was stopping for about 2 minutes or so just before showing the line about ad0.
It turned out one of the PCI cards (TV card) had become a bit lose and was
obvioulsy causing problems. Once this was solved, it booted fine with no
problem.

I'll look into this.  When this happened, did the floppy light up as well?


4) I *cannot* get xorg 7.2 to work with the onboard video.
    If I configure it as a VESA video system, all is well.
    If I try to tell it that I am using i810 video, I get this:

          X Window System Version 7.2.0
     Release Date: 22 January 2007



do you have AGP support in your kernel ?

I am using the stock SMP kernel config that includes GENERIC,
which does have 'device agp' in it.


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