Well, I'm really getting frustrated with the php_admin_flag issue and other php issues from ISPConfig, Apache2 and PHP5 on OpenSuSE 10.2. Problem is I have previously attempted to perform the perfect Sarge setup on the same system that I currently have OpenSuSE running on. At the first reboot of Debian Sarge I get stuck. It seems to be a relation between GRUB and the choice of primary boot drive. I'll try to paint a picture to see if one of you Debian lovers can help me work through it. Hardware: IBM Intellistation M Pro (6850-N5U) 2-18GB U160 (partitions: 1.5GB swap sda, /root sda, /usr sdb) 1-120GB EIDE (partitions: 500MB /boot, 20GB /var, 99.5GB /home) 2-XEON 2Ghz 256K cache (no 64 bit support) 512MB RAMBUS 800 When the system reboots (depending on primary boot device specified in BIOS) it either reports no OS or GRUB prints across the screen ad infinitum. Any ideas on this one? I reported the bug on at Debian, but have not received a response. My report was also an addendum to someone else that encountered an identical problem with Woody.