> I've got an asus k8n4-e deluxe with FC5 and the last available
> kernel.I've a big problem because i can't manage usb and hotplug
> doesn't work .When i boot the kernel normally in says a lot of "PCI:
> Cannot allocate resouce region" and i get a kernel panic ( of course ,
> if the kernel can't allocate PCI , it goes in kernel panic because it
> doesn't find sata discs) and if i append in grub.conf acpi=off , it
> says "..MP-BIOS bug: 8254 timer not connected to IOAPIC" and when i
> connect any usb device , it doesn't recognize it ( i've also looked at
> /var/log/messages but it seems that the kernel doesn't recognize usb
> device , i've also looked at lsmod and ohci and ehci modules are
> loaded). I've tried to reboot with the usb device connected to verify
> if the problem was hotplug (udev) too , but the problem remains.This
> link (
> )can be helpful. The problem is the faken APIC table of 2.6 kernel (
> i've tried to compile from source the 18.104.22.168 and 2.6.17 too
> ,disabling APIC support ,"..MP-BIOS bug: 8254 timer not connected to
> IOAPIC" disappeares but it was useless.) I need your help because i
> won't really think that linux (22.214.171.124) is so bugged.
The kernel isn't bugged -- Try acpi=force in GRUB
And look into your BIOS settings (make sure IOAPIC is enabled) - and
enable ACPI - these two are intimately related.
Quote:> Otherwise i'm
> obligated to install win xp.......
You mean Winnie the Poop?