[gobolinux-users] 2 problems
geromao at gmail.com
Tue Jan 6 05:54:44 NZDT 2009
I don't linke this messages too, so I always comment the follow line
On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 2:48 PM, Zbigniew Baniewski <zb at ispid.com.pl> wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 30, 2008 at 05:38:55PM +0100, Jonas Karlsson wrote:
>> What kind of messages? Any type or only network related? Can you give
>> an excerption?
> Every messages, that can be visible at boot time, you know: that PCI, IRQ-s,
> memory, ACPI... all that mainly hardware-related stuff printed out already
> when kernel has been loaded (and that can be found in "messages" log after
> boot-up time), and the system is initializing - is printed out on the first
> console again.
> It's curious, because I made an exact copy of the disk. The only difference
> is new filesystem.
>> /System/Settings/syslog.conf but I don't know which type or level.
> Yes, I considered that already, but there weren't no changes introduced.
>> > 2. Not really gobo-related: didn't notice when, but I lost system beeps
>> > (tested under both 2.6.25 and 2.6.28 kernels) - no idea, when could it
>> > happen. Used recently a recipe from repository for new udev, maybe that
>> > can be a reason? Perhaps someone of you noticed something like that?
>> That depends on what you based your config on. With later kernel
>> recipes the pcspkr driver is configured to be built as a module. Is
>> your built as a module and if so, is it loaded?
> One of the kernels was 2.6.25 taken from gobo-repository. AFAIK I've checked
> the module presence - but since I'm typing from within my Debian
> installation now, I'll take a look again.
> pozdrawiam / regards
> Zbigniew Baniewski
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