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Re: FC5 fails to boot with BT878 card

Thanks for the response. I've tried different slots as well as reseating the card. Still, no luck.

I'm sure I change something in the driver setup, etc. I'm just struggling to figure out how to find where udev is getting stuck.

I found a post where I can change the udev log output to "debug"
using /etc/udev/udev.conf I'm going to try rebooting with logging to hopefully determine why it's getting stuck.


Tim wrote:
On Fri, 2007-02-09 at 09:07 -0500, Jim Duda wrote:
I moved the card to another FC5 box, and the system boots okay.  So, I
believe the card is still good.

Did you try putting it back in the problem box?  It could have been a
problem of the card being mis-seated, they can shift around, especially
if you move a box, or it goes through temperature changes.

It can be worth trying a card in a different slot, some slots share
IRQs, and some things do not share nicely.  Changes in software, over
time, may have had an effect on how well things share.

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