I've installed CentOS 5.3 in a new machine....but i got these errors when kernel is loadingata1.00 exception Emask 0x0 SAct 0x0 SErr 0x0 action 0x0ata1.00 BMDMA s... [by fercho_aml]
I recently performed a clean install of Fedora 12 on my Sager 8890.
I backed up my /home dir beforehand using rsync without any problems to an external 320G USB drive.
With F12 installed, I proceeded to restore my /home dir using rsync again.
The script works fine--it's been tested through previous installs without issue.
I have noticed some error during the Linux boot. They seem to continue to occur after the boot adding lines to the log every few seconds. Once booted this normally does not appear to be causing any problems. However, around 1 in 10 boots results in a kernel panic and the computer has on two or three occasions suddenly rebooted after being powered on for a number of hours.
I am using a brand new clean FC12 installation.
When I try to mount volumes from a server I get the following nfs error.
All my other cleints running FC9-11 can mount this volume on the server, but FC12 has this curious headache. I have a hunch is is the dreaded SELinux which causes it.