[Novalug] Debian kernel compiling error!
kkauffman at headfog.com
Tue Feb 13 12:05:47 EST 2007
The defined problem is a mash of issues and typically aren't related to
each other unless the memory is defective.
The upgrade of the kernel is what is causing your pain.
Add the memory and use your old kernel. Almost every google search about
your problem has tons of answers, most pointing to xtables in the kernel.
You may need to compile your kernel and remove elements.
On Tue, February 13, 2007 11:58, Zakai Kinan wrote:
> I am running sarge 3.1 on a server with 1GB of memory
> so I am trying to increase the memory. I am getting
> this error - ATKbd.c spurious ACK on ISA0060/serio0
> -while trying to upgrade to kernel to 2.6.20. This is
> the DELL poweredge SC420 with basic hardware. Even
> though the server does not have any ISA slot, but I
> went ahead and added all of the modules anyway and
> that still did not fix the isse. Google has not been
> my friend with this one. Does anyone have a clue?
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