It is a live cd. Not like that it wont. Cannot allocate resource region 1 of device Is there any way to get that to work? Probably easiest way for folks to test the daily kernels is to install on the disk from another computer, update the kernel, and then boot this disk in the machine with the JMicron controller. On Thu, at The irqpoll arqument without “”.
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Pascal Schwarz iso-thinktux wrote on Ok, unfortunately, same problem here Daniel Torres lolikapuxa wrote on Chuck Short zulcss wrote on And now Jmlcron can run Ubuntu! Redhat seems to find the controller just fine though Marco Rodrigues gothicx on Thomas Hotz thotz-deactivatedaccount wrote on Sorry a couple noob questions; 1.
Enabling dual function on Somehow the technician who build my computer just installed everything that came with the support cd that I had to uninstall some items not needed or deemed useless which brought my attention to this JMicron item.
CONFIG_BLK_DEV_JMICRON: JMicron JMB36x support
I have the same problem with Ubuntu 8. So instead of having a total of 2.
GripS evilgrips wrote on Will backport the patches tonight. Too bad, it doesn’t work for me either.
JMicron JMB// Controller Driver and related drivers
I really want to switch back to linux as quick as possible. The solution for me was to plug my harddisk in a high numbered sata port, in my case port 6 worked like a charm. Advice regarding this matter is greatly appreciated. I have tried one year to get Linux to my “new” computer, still not succeeded I changed the grub parameter from being erroneous set to hd0,3 to hd0,0 in the grub boot parameters.
I confirm this problem. I want to use Ubuntu.
More information is available here: Cannot allocate resource region 1 of kmicron Someone pctw wrote on Me too have the same problem stillI jkicron with 7. Antonio De Marinis demarant wrote on BTW I’m confirming this too.
What helped was to change the grub root only! I’ll work on getting this resolved as quickly as possible. But even with the older kernel I need to try several times. Raid is set to ide mode. At the second try I was able to start the Live version, there I selected Install and all went well. It is a live cd. Duplicates of this bug Bug Bug Bug I jmcron machine with Core 2 Duo at monday and until then I have to use windows