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Re: [SLE] kicked out of graphical boot mode
  • From: Jeffrey Laramie <suse-linux-e@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sat, 05 Feb 2005 11:01:46 -0500
  • Message-id: <4204EDEA.6090503@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
devosc wrote:

I tried to create a rescue disk and the computer just kept cutting out
on me, which is strange compared to the amount of usage required
during a complete install... anyway I'm off to *try* and get a 400Watt
power supply, I suspect that this is the cause of the problem, I'm
currently using a 300Watt ps and from a quick look on the web I've
seen a site offering the same motherboard with a 400Watt supply, so
I'm going with the assumption that this is a more suitable one to
use.. it's just that at the time of purchasing the compononents I
didn't find anything suggesting a suitable ps for the SOYO KT400...
well lets hope I pick something up today... and that the 400Watt
doesn't cause any harm etc....

Yeah, this sounds like a hardware issue and the power supply is a good place to start.

BTW, I enabled 'smartd' in the runlevel configuration and the system
didn't hang after reboot.... I presume 'smartd' is totally different
from S.M.A.R.T something or another which my bios says is not

I got the same message from a new Gigabyte board so I went into the BIOS to enable SMART and guess what? No such option. Checked the manual. No mention of how to enable SMART. I know the drive supports it so I have no idea why they want to advertise that the board doesn't. To answer your question, smartd does use SMART so it may not work on this system.


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