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Old 22nd November 2004, 06:39 PM
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FC3 - Satellite 2805-S402 boot hang.


Just installed FC3 on a satellite 2805-S402. System starts up, GRUB loads and os startup proceeds to initializing hardware. Storage and network seem to initialize normally but then the system hangs at audio. The only way to restart the system is hard shutdown. Any suggestions?
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Old 28th November 2004, 11:55 PM
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Have the same problem.
Toshiba Satellite 2800-500.
That craps turned me crazy for a while.
The only remedy for that is momentarily edit the /etc/rc.sysinit file, commenting out with #
all the lines after the text (comment):
# other ducks & covers
untill the
just three or four lines...
I think there is a problem with the firewire controller that hangs the system.

Don't forget also to disable pcmcia service.
FOR ME there was the second point with kudzu where the system hangs!!
Let me know if you have found another solution that works.
You knows we say
Two brains works better than one.
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