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Old 06-08-2008, 02:45 AM
pablo saldivar
 
Default instalation problems cannot detect disk

I have a laptop "LANIX NEURON LX4SI" it's a*very generic(or i think that)*brand and im *having some problems when i try to install debian i have a debian 4.0 DVD*that i download last month, when i try to install debian it can't detect any disks. it just detect a floopy but my computer doesn't have a floopy and then it asked me for some of a pcmcia devices that can't detect i think it could be the problem but i don't know how to do * note: im a linux beginer i have just used ubuntu and kubuntu linux and*know just about*simple commands of the command line * i'll be very grateful





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Old 06-08-2008, 08:27 AM
Jack Malmostoso
 
Default instalation problems cannot detect disk

On Sun, 08 Jun 2008 05:00:12 +0200, pablo saldivar wrote:

> when i try to install debian it
> can't detect any disks.

You should enter the BIOS and see if you can set the SATA channels to
some "compatibility mode", opposed to AHCI. Then try again.
If it works, add the backports.org repository and install a newer kernel
than the standard 2.6.18, and put the SATA channels back to the original.

Otherwise, try one of the modified Etch images from Kenji Muto with a
newer kernel:

http://kmuto.jp/debian/d-i/

And as Kenji linked, check out EtchAndAHalf:

http://wiki.debian.org/EtchAndAHalf

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Best Regards, Jack
Linux User #264449
Powered by Debian GNU/Linux on AMD64


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