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Old 9th October, 2007, 10:30 AM
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I'm trying to install Ubuntu on Wolf1 but the disk has an error;

"[ 47 .920894]Kernel panic-noy syncing: IO-APIC+Timerdoesn't work!
Try using the 'noapic' kernel parameter.

I have no clue of what this mean. Anyone?
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Sorry, don't really. But does it continue on after that or is this a deal breaker?
If it counties to install I wouldn't worry, often if one thing don't go, Linux just tries another way when installing...

(I think StrongWolf probably still needs some REAL help.":O}
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I'm trying to install Ubuntu on Wolf1 but the disk has an error;

"[ 47 .920894]Kernel panic-noy syncing: IO-APIC+Timerdoesn't work!
Try using the 'noapic' kernel parameter.

I have no clue of what this mean. Anyone?
Do you have APIC enabled in your BIOS?
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Old 10th October, 2007, 12:32 AM
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Also which version of Ubuntu are you trying?

Some of the older versions had problems with new cards, version (7.04) had a few problems with where they broke stuff like wireless.

I use 6.06 on an old GX110, and have used 7.04 on the AMD in my sig. 6.06 had problems with the 8600GT.

APIC is in your BIOS, a few people seem to have the same problem as you.

I suggest the forums: Community Web Forums | Ubuntu here you can choose your language

But you could look at:
Howto fix NOAPIC problem. - Ubuntu Forums
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Version 6.06 64 bits and using a XFX 6800gs (a year old). Will chk on the APIC thing. BTW: What's APIC?
The problem start right at the beginning and don't go further than that.
Wolf1 was a little cranky last night (no OC) thou. I was updating drivers before closing it and put it back in it's place. Start with a couple of bsod, try to make a repair nada. Then it get worse and worse, so I decided on a reinstall. No way Jose. Do a repair, clear CMOS. Rejects WXP Home and Pro. Also reject Fedora 7. Only reacts to Ubuntu and to PowerSuite 2007. So away I go with a wipe out data (320Gb hdd= 6hrs+.
With the hdd clean make a fresh reinstall of XP and here I am. Good thing is that I don't trow anything and I accept my technical impairness.

Question: Do I have to do something when switching from 32bits to 64. You konw, from XP to Ubuntu (bios, hardware)? Is Fedora 7 64bits?
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Fedora 7 is available as 64 and 32 bit. No switching is needed, simply when 64 bit opcode is being run, the Athlon 64 chip will run it as 64 bit code and vice versa. Your CPU is essentially what handles the difference.
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APIC = Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller

Typically there is an option in your BIOS, somewhere under PNP/PCI Configuration if you have an Award BIOS.
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ACPI Funtion [enabled]
ACPI Suspend Type [S1(pos)]

Thanks guys.
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