Correction: IT is related to the ASUS P4P series: Not all ASUS MBs ---
Ok, my statements about the ASUS line of MBs was a little broad, but it was a based on info that I read about FC2 and ASUS. My MB is a p4p800 with 865(something) and so far, the bug has not been detailed as to where the problem exists. Simply, it is elusive. It cannot be related to kernel 2.6.5 as I have that kernel and all is well. However, when reading the the bug report and release notes, statements were made regarding the MM and kernel incompatibility. This is not the issue or 2.6.5 would not run. The problem appears to be elsewhere.
The exact issue is: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=121819
Jean-Rene Cormier wrote:
On Thu, 2004-05-20 at 14:43, billg wrote:On Thu, 20 May 2004 12:08:43 -0400, "Randy Ramsdell" <rramsdel comcast net> said:From the rease notes: ASUS motherboards will not work (I think it is the newer ASUS Mboards) Well just so happens my new system I built with an ASUS p4p800 and fc2 will not install. This a known bug and is assigned, but I really find it hard to believe that the complete line os ASUS motherboards are incompatible with fc2.I'm running FC2 quite happily on an ASUS A7V8X-X. FC1 and a couple of the test releases ran on the same board with no issues, as have several other Linux flavors.I have an ASUS P4S8X that had FC1 and I updated it to FC2 yesterday. Works well so far. Jean-Rene Cormier