> On Wed, Mar 06, 2002 at 10:15:42AM +0000, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> > > I gave up Windows because I hate dual-booting, but right now, that's the only
> > > way I can access the Internet AND my DVD. Boot 2.2.20 for Internet access and
> > > re-boot 2.4.16 for DVD access : (
> What was the internet problem under Linux? I fixed mine by setting up
> pdnsd and having "nameserver 127.0.0.1" in /etc/resolv.conf.
>> If you at least get ping to the nameservers of your ISP, that should
> work (I had almost given up hope, when I thought of using a caching DNS
>before I forget...
PCI interrupts are wired to slots on all the motherboards I've
The USB controller is always sharing with the network card in your
current config. Try moving it to another slot (the first one
will share with AGP too :().
Your motherboard manual should have a layout of which IRQ's are routed to
Also, check the SMP options in the 2.4 kernel. They added a lot of stuff
about IO-APIC and stuff (don't have a dual machine, so I can't tell you
what they do).
(When you change the layout of the cards, tell the BIOS to reset the DMI
pool and anything else it can reset in the Plug and Play screen).
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