fedora core 4 and PCMCIA troubles
Dear forum members,
I have, I thought, installed Fedora Core 4 as Desktop on my laptop, Acer aspire 5670.
A great help was The Perfect Setup - Fedora Core 4, by Falko.
After I boot again Grub give me the chose
fedora core (2.6.11-1.1369_FC4smp)
fedora core (2.6.11-1.1369_FC4)
other (is de xp)
Since I don’t know the difference between the 2 Fedora chooses I enter on the first chose.
The boot hangs by the "Starting PCMCIA card services".
I restart the laptop with XP.
I check the PCMCIA devices in the config-system-hardware
They work normally and no drive updates found.
Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Cardbus Controller
Texas Instruments PCIxx12 Integrated FlashMedia Controller.
I reboot and try the second options on the bootmenu.
The same results. He did not past the starting the PCMCIA card-services.
I search the net and found a similar question on this site. Posted in Nov 2005.
Falko answered with
“When you boot your system, you should have the choice between a "normal" boot and a failsafe boot. Try to use the failsafe mode to see if the system comes up.
It seem I have not that chose and er is no further comments on that posting.
anyone that knows how to solve this?
Thanks for the reply on my question.
You are right I use only the second options to boot fedora.
and I have solved the problem
When I boot from de install CD by Fedora I had a chose fore “linux rescue”
So I deed. But in that mode I had not the rights to enter the RC5.D map.
I was a user en not the admin.
Buy a accidental LINUX reboot from GRUB I say the chose for Interactive boot.
Of course I was to late to enter that.
Reboot again and type early enough a capital I and I was able by the interactive boot to skip the pcmcia device.
Now I was in the GUI and deed the change in the map RC5.D S09pcmcia to K09pcmcia.
Later I set also the chkconfig pcmcia off.
I look again in the RC5.D map and the file K09pcmcia was quit.
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