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Hmm, even when using PIIX3, PIIX4, and ICH6 for my IDE setup in VirtualBox, it gives the same exact kernel panic.
VirtualBox automatically chose AHCI SATA for me, I will try installing it with IDE. Problem is, my only currently working machine is an AHCI SATA controller, so if this is not supported in openmamba, I will not be able to do a live install.
Apparently, it can’t access device dev(0,0) , nor can kinit find init . Also, it complains of something trying to access the hardware directly (this is a computer that doesn’t always have Internet access, my current Internet access is very intermittent).
The development snapshot yields the same result.
This is a good chance to test the script. I’ll try it and report back. Should I also send my experiences to the developers mailing list?
I sent the report, dmesg log, and relevant line from /var/logs/messages to email@example.com (I figured I may as well send them because this is where mambareport said to send it’s report).
I just tried those, no luck either way.
This is fixed by upgrading to the latest kernel in the stable repositories and adding the nongpl wireless backport added to stable not too long ago.
I am a part of the lpadmin group. I’m using 1.1 milestone 1.
If that would require restructuring code, I’m not the man for that as I’ve very little experience in coding anything. However, if all that requires is recompiling, I can help.
That seems to have done the trick, except that my wireless card shows up as eth1 (and I thought that eth was short for Ethernet). But my wireless is working, so I’m happy.
I unloaded the b43 and ssb modules via ‘modprobe -r’, then tried to modprobe the wl modules, and ended up with a fatal error telling me to check my dmesg, and the dmesg outputs the following error:
[ 1634.711136] wl: Unknown symbol ieee80211_get_crypto_ops
[ 1638.477869] wl: Unknown symbol ieee80211_get_crypto_ops
[ 1696.047075] wl: Unknown symbol ieee80211_get_crypto_ops
My lsmod would be attached if it would allow me to upload.
If you can try to backport the driver, I’d appreciate it. If it can’t happen, then I’d be willing to upgrade to devel.
Thanks for the quick reply.
It worked before on the LiveCD, so I removed the file you said, and it loads fine now, but when trying to connect to my network with the correct WPA2 Pre-shared Key, it fails to obtain an IP every time. I am using OpenMamba Milestone 1 v1.1.
EDIT: So far, I’ve tried rebooting without my ethernet connected.