On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 04:04 am, Michael L. Hostbaek wrote:
> Hola,
>
> I am trying to install 5.1-RELEASE on an old Compaq Proliant 3000. When
> I boot on the cd, and choose 'default' in the bootloader - I get the
> following error message - followed by a panic:
>
> acpi: bad RSDP checksum (182)
>
> NMI ISA D0, EISA ff
>
> RAM parity error, likely hardware failure.
>
> and the panic.
>
> The server has been running fine for a long time with linux.
> I have tried re-seating the RAM blocks - and I have also succeeded in
> starting a linux installation.
>
> Any ideas ? (Besides getting some new hardware)
>
> /mich
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I dont have the answer to your problem but I have the same machine working 
fine under 4.9 and did have it going under 5.1
From memory I might have installed it from the 5.0 install disk and upgraded.  
I cant remember.

The machine will work with freebsd.  Have you another install disk of another 
version you can try?



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