On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 01:35:22PM +0100, Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Use pnpdump to get a dump of the PNP configuration
> after booting straight into linux and then after booting
> Windows first.
>> Use diff to see what the differences are.
>> Then take the bit that's different from the one that
> works, uncomment it and save it as /etc/isapnp.conf.
>> Chances are your distribution's boot scripts will check
> for this file and use it to set up ISA PNP devices for
> you, so just try booting straight into linux again.
Well one of the machines has no ISA cards at all, so would this still be
I'm running SuSE 6.2 on both btw.
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