[CS-FSLUG] SuSE 10.1 / Booting

Stephen J. McCracken smccracken at hcjb.org.ec
Tue Feb 14 19:04:17 CST 2006

> As you all know I got a new laptop and couldn't get SuSE 10.0 x86_64 running 
> on it because the Install failed from all directions I flung at it.

I've tried OpenSUSE 10.0 on a desktop and a laptop and the install hung
on every option I tried too.

> One quick  question. I haven't rebooted my machine, but if I do,  will I have 
> to always pass the kernel parameters "acpi=on acpic=off"? If so, is there a 
> way I could change this behavior to "just work" :)

Not sure exactly where, but I'm sure there is.  I know in Grub (does
suse use grub?) there's a way to edit the boot parameters to pass to the
kernel, but don't have anything in front of me to check things out right
now.  On the Grub screen press "e" to edit the parameters, I think.


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