Kernel sometimes takes four or five resets to boot successfully

Fredrik Rinnestam fredrik at
Mon Dec 5 14:29:22 UTC 2011

On Mon, Dec 05, 2011 at 01:23:08PM +0000, Sean Whitton wrote:
> I have an nvidia motherboard and disabling the nvidia driver under
> “Serial ATA and Parallel ATA drivers” stopped machine from booting with
> a kernel panic, good, I am pretty sure therefore that it’s the correct
> driver.
> I tried replacing it with the deprecated drivers, but wasn’t sure which
> one to enable—I enabled all the generic looking ones, but couldn’t see
> any kind of nvidia driver.  What should I be looking for?
> Thanks.
> S

Could you perhaps post your output from "lspci -v" from the crux-install
cd? Should help us figure out what driver you need.


Fredrik Rinnestam

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