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  1. #1

    Some kernel problems with ide_detect and vesafb

    have self-compiled 2.6.10 kernel

    On on start I get some errors:

    1) Sometimes I recieve: "module ide_detect unable to load". I really can't find to what kernel option this module belongs..

    2) In kernel log: "vesafb: probe of vesafb0 failed with error -6"

    And One more:

    I disabled in my kernel Appletalk support.

    Now, During boot I receive this message:
    "atalkd: unable to get interfaces, exiting"

    I don't need appletalk, how to disable this stuff?

    Help me to solve this

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    Linux Guru lakerdonald's Avatar
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    Jun 2004
    St. Petersburg, FL
    Just curious, what kind of hardware are you running? Primarily your hard drive(s) and ATA controller (if applicable) and your video card/monitor.
    As for the Appletalk problem, which distribution are you on?

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    Would it help if you deleted the appletalk module?

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    my hardware is laptop (centrino/855GME/)

    i'm using debian sarge

    toomer, i'll try. also, i found something useful to remove: netatalk

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