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    Kernel perimeters

    Kev,

    I am trying to test Linuxice on an old Dell Inspiron 2500. I need to add pci=noapci to the kernel loading.

    Is there a way to do this? As far as I can tell, Linuxice loads and doesn't pause at all to add any parameters to the loading kernel.

    I have tried to compile ng3 on Ubuntu 9.10, and can't. No matter what I do, it can't find QTPhonon.

    This is not optimal, but money for a p4 or better just isn't there with 2 kids in college.

    Any way to do this?

    Jeff

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    Kernel Parameters - Discovered!

    Ok, so I typed in the info from the isolinux.cfg file, added acpi=off and it works!

    Now to look this over............

    Thanks anyway.

    Jeff

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    glad to hear it! When you get it installed, add the line to kopt in /boot/grub/menu.lst.
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    Yup, got that part done too. I have a million questions, but I will read some more before I ask them.

    This is what I have been looking for, getting me out of the Windoze carousel!

    Thanks!

    Jeff

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