I confirm this problem.. Hoeflerb hoeflerb wrote on Maybe not include fix yet. I “installed” ubuntu simply by swapping the harddrive from my old computer, which had a fully updated version of edgy on it, already. I have the same Problem with 8. I would like to second the previous post..

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Ok I fixed this for me following a hint from the last post on http: I have tried one year to get Linux to my “new” computer, still not succeeded To fix this problem on 2. Cannot allocate resource region 1 of device At the second try I was able to start the Live version, there I selected Install and all went vizta. As of final release of 7. Is there any way to get that to work? Hi, tqft wrote on I want to know when this package will fix,and added to the daily build!!


My SATA dvd drive is detected fine. I installed ubuntu gutsy 7.

I would like to confirm the bug. Henri Cook henricook wrote on But even with the older kernel I need to try several times.

JMicron JMB36X SATA Controller Driver Driver – TechSpot

I have the “failed to set xfermode” issue, too. Is it isolated and unintrusive enough for SRU?

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I also think this should be changed to critical. The kernel was moved to -updates to fix the other bugs.

Will backport jmb63 patches tonight. Robert Rak cynicist wrote on After some updates I was forced to boot again Currently, I am running kernel 2.

FreeBSD Support ? and Jmicron (jmb363) PATA/SATA controller

Ben, do you have a pointer for the fix for this? Does that mean the fix will be in dapper or edgy? Dear all I found this link on www. I’m now happily running the 8. I thought it was a full report, to which I responded.


Some chip implementations seem to not work well with MSI. Me too have the same problem stillI mean with 7.

FreeBSD Support ? and Jmicron (jmb363) PATA/SATA controller

My mouse is just standard Logitech USB-mouse. Doing a search on the forum for “P” bring up more issues each day. I confirm it as well. Puppy has a small tool to mount all sorts of partitions – so if it can see and mount them then we may get some clues to the problem.

Raid is set to ide mode.