I installed ubuntu gutsy 7. I’ve used two diffrent IDE cables. Virtually everyone who has a Core 2 Duo processor is using this chipset. Board index All times are UTC. I’ve spent the last few days on the problem and reached the end of what I’m able to think of. As of final release of 7. I’m using stock kernel from SlackwareCurrent, anybody using a custom build kernel 2.
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It is a live cd. I just downloaded Kubuntu 7.
CONFIG_BLK_DEV_JMICRON: JMicron JMB36x support
I am currently testing Ubuntu Feisty Fawn and there these messages are gone. I’ll work on getting this resolved as quickly as possible. I actually didn’t realize that allot of work had happened on this issue. Is there any progress Ben?
Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. Fixed kernel is in two places: Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. I don’t know if this helps, but I got following errors during boot: Except jjmb368 I can’t linxu films because hdparm doesn’t work with sata.
My mouse is just standard Logitech USB-mouse.
But they have to be appended to the kernel line without “”. The time now is Bad timing off rounded cables, for instance do NOT use rounded cables – they can throw IDE timing all to heck and back.
What he means by the double booked is that the sata controllers are also jmb3688 the jmicron controller so they are on both controllers making them double booked.
Linux Kernel Driver DataBase: CONFIG_BLK_DEV_JMICRON: JMicron JMB36x support
Inappropriate ioctl for device My machine is using a Intel dual core E clocked at 3 GHz, and file operation putting heavy load on both core is kind of strange. Bug attachments lspci -v edit lspci -vv edit Output from lspci and dmesg edit lspci -vv, lspci -vvn, dmesg edit dmesg output from abit ab9 pro mb edit lspci edit Add attachment.
The list includes lscpu, hwinfo, lshw, dmidecode, lspci etc. Results 1 to 7 of 7. The lscpu command reports information about the cpu and processing units. All times are GMT According to the changelists the fix IS included in the daily build of the 20th. Find More Posts by disturbed1. Visit the following links: I constantly get a “ata?. Maybe not, but it works on two of those controller chips here. Vista has no problems with it so I think we can rule out hardware failours.
Nevertheless I’ll give the rest of the guide a go. BuJac bj-aufderwacht wrote on The sooner I can get this info, the sooner I can come up with a patch, and the sooner I can create some daily images to test.
The normal graphical installation procedure will commence. Besides, using windows is kinda what I’m trying not to do here The innotek VirtualBox poses the same jmb3688.
I need to use Ubuntu. Everyone buying a P motherboard is hitting this issue. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. So instead of having a total of 2.