On 2013-12-07 16:35 (GMT+0100) jdd composed:
Carlos E. R. composed:
> jdd wrote:
>> Damian Ivanov composed:
>>> It's a known bug. For me it took
30mins.... disabling floppy in BIOS
>>> fixes it.
>> floppies become rare nowadays :-(
> That's not the problem. It is the bios having
a floppy drive configured,
> even if there is none. Linux probes it... and fails, taking a long time
> about it.
never seen a floppy configured when there is none (and
where nver one)
Lots of inept motherboard BIOS exist that on reset (e.g. battery gone dead)
enable floppy regardless whether one is present.
I beg nobody tested this before release :-)
If you meant "bet", you lose. 17 month old bug with 6 dupes:
"The wise are known for their understanding, and pleasant
words are persuasive." Proverbs 16:21 (New Living Translation)
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