Sorry, I left out the most important part - it gives these messages just before
freezing the installation.
Does anyone have a loan of a newer distribution ? Preferably someone I can
meet at lunchtime tomorrow somewhere in the Baggot Bridge area ?
From: Paul Kelly[SMTP:longword at indigo.ie]
Sent: 24 April 1999 19:39
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: Re: [ILUG] PCI probe problem
David Ryan wrote:
>> I'm having a problem installing RedHat 4.2 on my brand new machine.
> I'm not actually sure what's on the system, but when I start the
> install it starts to do a PCI probe and comes up with the following
> error - "Unknown PCI device 1039:5600" and "Unknown PCI device 1039:9".
These are just warnings noting that the kernel can't name some of your
PCI cards. It's quite normal. It's not a problem. It won't stop you
using these devices.
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