Andi Kleen ak-at-suse.de |suse-amd64| wrote:
I have an HDAMB running here and it works fine.
It needed numa=off iommu=memaper=1 on older kernels.
Also an BIOS upgrade is an good idea, the first BIOS I got was
quite buggy and had several problems.
Um, that leaves me in a spot. My system is Linux only and I
don't have the crisis disk mentioned in the documentation I
dowloaded from Rioworks. In fact, I found the PHLASH16.EXE
executable, but no crisis disk image or utilities. I can
call my system supplier tomorrow to see if they can supply it,
but I'm surprised that Rioworks doesn't have the whole pack
available. Shucks, with my alpha I was able to do this sort
of thing rather painlessly.
For the ACPI issues you can try acpi=off (don't
use the failsafe
option, only acpi=off)
Will try all that. Is there A place where I can download the
kernel rpms without resorting to the YaST2 Update util?
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