Jason Dusek <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> I wrote in earlier with a problem on my Compaq Presario R3000 - when I
> try to install 5.2.1 from the cd, I can't boot the kernel - after I
> pick a kernel, the machine powers down.

There's only one boot kernel on the CD, so I can't quite make sense of
this.  If you can't get the install started, try booting from
floppies.  If you can but run into problems later, try installing the
production version, 4.10 (which is also more recent than 5.2.1).

> If the problem lay in the ACPI (my first guess) how would I fix it?

Are you saying that you haven't tried the methods in the release
notes, or that they didn't work?
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