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> Need Help With Redhat 9.0, kernell panic......
andreiutz
post Nov 2 2004, 05:22 PM
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hy ! i have a computer with the following descriptions :
Processor : Intel Pentium 4 HYPER THREADING (northwood)- 3200 Mhz
Mother Board : Intel 875 PBZ-LK
Lan 10/100/1000 - on board
Video : Ati Radeon 9600 XT (Built by Ati)
Sound Card : Delta Audiophille 24/96 PCI
HDD1 - Seagate serial Ata - 120 Gb
HDD2 - Maxtor ultra Ata - 40 Gb
Combo Teac

I installed Linux Red Hat 9.0 on this sistem(my sistem) on the Maxtor HDD . Installation was without any problem (except i wasn't asked about the network card wich is onboard) . And when the message "Installation complete" appears , the sistem restarts , a linux graphical interface appear and asks me if i want to start linux with the hyper threading (dual processor - the second is virtual) tehnology on or off : "Start Red Hat Linux ....smp" / "Start Red Hat Linux" , any option I choose it goes with verifying and checking system , etc , until this message appears :

Code: 0f 0b e2 03 1f 1c 28 c0 e9 1d fd ff ff 8d b6 00 00 00 00 8d
<0>Kernel panic: Aiee, killing interrupt handler!
In interrupt handler - not syncing

What should I do . PLease help !!!
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post Nov 5 2004, 01:12 AM
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Umm, well something is causing a hardware confict. Go grab a copy of knoppix (www.knoppix.org) and see if you can get that to boot from a live CD. If you can't, that will tell us something, if you can, that will help us out. Start there and let us know whats happening.


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post Nov 5 2004, 07:15 AM
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That board is very new ... the RH9 hardware detection is not going to work very well on it...And no security updates fro RH9 (It is no longer a supported OS).

What do you want to do with the machine? (Server, workstation, etc.)

If you want it to be a server I would recommend either CentOS or WBEL ... if a workstation, I would recommned Fedora Core 2 ... both install exactly like RH9, but have better hardware detection.


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