[PlanetCCRMA] rt kernels, ho, ho, ho!
paschmidt57 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 3 16:04:00 PST 2011
I too cannot seem to boot the rt kernel for Fedora 14. I have a fresh
install on an older Dell Inspiron 1150 laptop, with a P4 2.8 GHz CPU. I
couldn't figure a way to see where it was hanging, so thanks for the
tip. I thought that is was hanging at loading cups.
It appears to be hanging after loading the firmware for the on-board
Broadcom wireless card. Here are the lines prior to it hanging:
b43 ssb0:0 firmware: requesting b43/ucode5.fw
Starting cups: b43 ssb0:0: requesting b43-open/ucode5.fw
b43 ssb0:0 firmware: requesting b43-open/pcm5.fw
b43 ssb0:0 firmware: requesting b43-open/b0g0initvals5.fw
b43 ssb0:0 firmware: requesting b43-open/b0g0bsinitvals5.fw
b43-phy0: Loading OpenSource firmware version 410.31754
b43-phy0: Hardware crypto acceleration not supported by firmware
b43-phy0: QoS not supported by firmware
This may be a problem with this "open" firmware. Maybe a copy of the
original "proprietary" firmware will work. I'll see if I still have a
copy laying around. I'll also try blacklisting the b43 module, to see if
it boots. This is not a solution, just a test.
On 01/03/2011 12:22 PM, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
> On 01/03/2011 03:30 AM, Donald Steven wrote:
>> Unfortunately, my system hangs on boot with the rt kernel. Normal kernel
>> (184.108.40.206-74.fc14.x86_64) works fine. CPU is a dual core E8500, F14.
>> Any ideas?
> Sorry to hear it is not working. You could try to boot without the
> graphical boot (remove the "rhgb quiet" part of the kernel boot line) to
> see where it is hanging...
> -- Fernando
>> On 12/24/2010 06:08 PM, Fernando Lopez-Lezcano wrote:
>>> Hi all... a few days ago Thomas Gleixner announced a new version of the
>>> rt patch for the 220.127.116.11 kernel (rt30).
>>> I built packages based on the last 18.104.22.168 based build in Fedora Koji
>>> (149) and the rt30 patch. I have been using 149 based builds for a while
>>> with no problems (other than the well known warnings that rt sometimes
>>> spews). So this should work fine. Of course if you are happily making
>>> music with your current kernel there is no need to upgrade.
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