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Epia MII-1200 -> Kernel panic
« on: May 02, 2007, 08:05:49 pm »
I ripped out my Carputer to try it on PXE as a MediaDirector....
It just stops with a Kernel panic error.

Has anyone else got this board to work?


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Re: Epia MII-1200 -> Kernel panic
« Reply #1 on: May 03, 2007, 05:25:10 am »
Yeah, I came across that too... it's probably because your nic isn't (yet) supported...

Had the same thing with my NVidea SLI dual Gbit nics, kernel panic on both... installed a cheap intel 100M, PXE'd off that, and all was well.

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Re: Epia MII-1200 -> Kernel panic
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2007, 09:06:40 am »
I saw this bug "in action" and it's a weird one. When left to boot as usual, it says it can't find the network, although it's clear on the screen that it initialized it a bit earlier. But, if you boot with the "break=mount" boot parameter, it works like this: you get dropped to a shell after the network drivers are loaded, but before the NFS mount is attempted. All you have to do is press Control+D to continue, and then it boots just fine. It seems that the delay caused by dropping to that shell is enough for things to work. And it's always reproducible.
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