Bug#497224: 2.6.26-1-686 Kernel does not boot
On Sat, Aug 30, 2008 at 09:54:48PM -0400, michael iannacci wrote:
> In Debian Lenny, the most recent update for the Linux Kernel will not
> boot. This is on a Lenovo J Series 3000 desktop.
> After selecting the latest Kernel from the menu at first boot, all
> things begin to boot normally, but then stop completely. Selecting the
> older Kernel that was installed by default (2.6.24), works, as did
> The only error that is given is "failed to enumerate USB hub on port 1",
> which happened with the 2.6.25 Kernel, but was still able to run the
> machine normally.
Please try to boot with hpet=disable. This is a workaround for a bug
which is known to cause random freezes.
Hailing frequencies open, Captain.
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