Re: kernel-mm-2.6.11-7.4: software suspend big fat warning
Svetoslav Slavtchev <svetljo <at> gmx.de>
1999-01-02 02:25:26 GMT
> On Saturday, April 30, 2005 10:15am, Dick Gevers wrote:
>>On Sat, 30 Apr 2005 12:27:27 +0000, Dick Gevers wrote about [Cooker]
>>kernel-mm-2.6.11-7.4: software suspend big fat warning:
>>>Just installed the latest mm kernel, but I can't boot with it:
>>>Before mounting any drives it says
>>>BIG FAT WARNING' etc.
>>>and reboots with a 30 second delay. The text shown seems to imply that I
>>>was suspending from another kernel, which is impossible, because I do
>>>not use sw suspend.
>>Same with kernel-mm-2.6.11-7.5
> I'm seeing the same thing on my hybrid system (10.1CE with various
> components rebuilt from cooker SRPMs, including
> 2.6.11-7.mm.4mdk-i686-up-4GB). Pressing c allows boot to continue. Only
> unusual messages in dmesg are the warning you describe and the following:
> ACPI: Looking for DSDT in initrd... not found.
> ACPI-0498: *** Warning: Encountered executable code at module level,
> [AE_NOT_CONFIGURED] (this line repeated five more times)