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Vielleicht kann mir jemand von Euch behilflich sein. Learn More Red Hat Product Security Center Engage with our Red Hat Product Security team, access security updates, and ensure your environments are not exposed to any known security vulnerabilities. Aargh xen15th February 2007, 01:24 PMI have just tried the new Fedora kernel update but the problem apparently still exists. if anything it seems to have gotten worse :( after ~2 years of learning fedora and 'nix, this is probably the most annoying issue I've encountered so far.... his comment is here

Dirk Nachtrag: die Fehlermeldung erhalte ich auch, wenn ich unter Kanotix mit Kernel 2.6.16 eine CD brenne. Search this Thread 09-05-2006, 01:53 PM #1 redarrow Member Registered: Jul 2005 Location: South Africa Distribution: Fedora Core Posts: 32 Rep: Hdd errors: hda: dma_intr: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete In dmesg finden sich während des Bootens auch keinerlei Hinweise auf einen Fehler oder Probleme mit den Laufwerken. the * which is meant to tell me the currently active mode is not there??

Thanks again. Share This Page linuxforen.de -- User helfen Usern > Hardware > stationäre Hardware > Probleme und Fehlermeldungen beim Brennen von CD und DVD PDA Archiv verlassen und diese Seite im Standarddesign Please try the request again. Da stand dann folgendes: Jul 30 12:31:23 localhost kernel: [17186606.944000] cdrom: This disc doesn't have any tracks I recognize!

After that also same message appears in dmesg. Any ideas? Find More Posts by Half_Elf 09-06-2006, 10:44 AM #6 redarrow Member Registered: Jul 2005 Location: South Africa Distribution: Fedora Core Posts: 32 Original Poster Rep: Quote: Originally Posted by At the same moment two CD-Rom icons appear on the desktop (Audio and Audio 2) and I can't use my cd-rom drives anymore untill i reboot my computer.

Please give a solution to solve this error. I removed noprobe and it detects everything OK. However in my case I want to use my graphic card to play games but if i revert to 2.6.18 and try to reinstall the kmod-nvidia, yum forces me to install gertdesmet6th February 2007, 11:49 AMHi and thanks for your reply.

Register If you are a new customer, register now for access to product evaluations and purchasing capabilities. Still, rather be a linux junkie than a M$ shill or apple fanboy ;) xen6th February 2007, 02:20 PMI've tried booting with AHCI mode and also in conjunction with the noprobe Open Source Communities Subscriptions Downloads Support Cases Account Back Log In Register Red Hat Account Number: Account Details Newsletter and Contact Preferences User Management Account Maintenance My Profile Notifications Help Log Are you new to LinuxQuestions.org?

This book contains many real life examples derived from the author's experience as a Linux system and network administrator, trainer and consultant. Your hardware is fine though, no need to worry about that. Staying with 2.6.19 and ignore the messages and the cd/dvd drives madness ? Want to know if that peripheral is compatible with Linux?

We Acted. this content To continue, add one or more '-T permissive' options. Either your system is using a mode not supported by your hdd, or the system can't tell you what mode it is using. For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration.

Note that registered members see fewer ads, and ContentLink is completely disabled once you log in. It is also possible that your motherboard is getting old and that the chipset is sending some bad things to the hdds. I've been living with this problem for over 2 weeks now in hope of a kernel update. weblink On my side the harddrives are ok.

wintermute0005th May 2007, 11:00 AMWell there's no choice for P965 chipset users as there is only 1 IDE slot that runs through the bloody Jmicron controller. I only caught it because I routinely use system monitor and noticed the cpu time running above 0 at idle when I'd made a few changes to BIOS. If you'd like to contribute content, let us know.

Jul 30 12:32:17 localhost kernel: [17186661.460000] scsi: unknown opcode 0x01 Jul 30 12:32:17 localhost kernel: [17186661.508000] scsi: unknown opcode 0xe9 Jul 30 12:32:17 localhost kernel: [17186661.508000] scsi: unknown opcode 0xed Jul

redarrow View Public Profile View LQ Blog View Review Entries View HCL Entries Find More Posts by redarrow 09-06-2006, 10:14 AM #5 Half_Elf LQ Guru Registered: Sep 2001 Location: What could be the cause of this ? stability before speed.. malcolmlewis25-Nov-2012, 03:04On Fri 23 Nov 2012 03:14:01 AM CST, tpro wrote: malcolmlewis;10260 Wrote: > Hi > That's coming from a DVD drive, is there a cd or dvd in the device?

Whats best ? autorun DONE. I managed to get rid of this message by adding the nodma option to the kernel when booting in grub. http://canondrivebh.com/kernel-hda/kernel-hda-packet-command-error-error-0x54.html To slow it down, try a command like : "hdparm -Xudma0 /dev/hda" DMA is very intensive on hdd, plus using a mode badly supported by your hdd might make it to

Quote: Originally Posted by Half_Elf Sound like your hdd is dying... They hope these examples will help you to get a better understanding of the Linux system and that you feel encouraged to try out things on your own. no idea where to start looking....