I’ve searched google over and over and cannot find anything else related. I rebuilt the kernel with that line added, but now my machine hard locks pretty quick during the boot up procedure. Comment 20 Fedora Update System Comment 8 Ryan Ayers Comment 3 Ryan Ayers Comment 19 Chuck Ebbert Show Obsolete 1 Add an attachment proposed patch, testcase, etc.
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It did work for me in Fedora 7. Comment 18 Ryan Ayers Here is the post I found: Just to clarify, I using the following patches against kernel I rebuilt the kernel with that line added, but now my machine hard locks pretty quick during the boot up procedure.
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Committed to Linus tree by James Bottomley so should be in 2. Comment 21 Fedora Update System 9010 Fedora 8 Actual results: Comment 13 Ryan Ayers I want to make sure all the Fedora patches are applied before I make any changes.
Version-Release number of selected component if applicable: Comment 4 Ryan Ayers Comment 3 Ryan Ayers Login [x] Log in using an account from: I would just ask if you would ship it back when you get it working. I had to remove the line about.
Comment 17 Chuck Ebbert Comment 12 Alan Cox Browse Requests Reports Product Dashboard. Note You need to log in before you can comment on or make changes to this bug. Always Steps to Reproduce: Custom kernel build instructions are at: Also, I just completely disabled SELinux just in case that had anything to do with it and it still does not work.
PCI interrupt for device Comment 6 Chuck Ebbert Comment 11 Chuck Ebbert Not sure what the ramifications of that are. Comment 15 Ryan Ayers Comment 16 Alan Cox I’ve searched google over and over and cannot find anything else related.
I guess that is not the right patch for my problem. Thanks for the baseonly flag. Comment 20 Fedora Update System Comment 8 Ryan Ayers It 91000 like a whole lot has changed from the F7 to the F8 kernel in terms of scsi though. After upgrading to Fedora 8, nothing is recognized and I get this in my dmesg: