Install using “linux apic” at the first boot prompt. Comment 23 Doug Ledford The problems started as a hang on boot after upgrading the kernel from 2. Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I also tried the apic boot option, said to work for some people experiencing aic7xxx problems during install. Join Date Feb Posts Can you predict the future?
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Loadinf Steps to Reproduce: Comment 17 Buckley Justin, is there any quick, easy, and complete guide to termination on Adaptec cards that you know of, or is this something that needs written probably would have saved me over a hundred hours in the last year alone to have a complete and easy to understand guide to this issue? Comment 2 Tim Gladding Their lack of support for those of us who are suffering through this mess makes Microsoft look pretty good, by comparison.
However, I have yet to get the problem ac7xxx.
I see that I am not the only one. I decided to make a custom RH7.
Aic7xxx and Aic79xx Driver Updates
Comment 16 Need Real Name No Luck the installer still hangs on the aic7xxx driver. Comment 8 Jeff Hazard Visit aic7xzx following links: If your problems aren’t solved by following the other advice I’ve given in this update, then don’t add more to this bug report, open a new bug report with complete details of your failure so that I can diagnose what’s going on with your systems.
Aic7xxx and Aic79xx Driver Updates 
Comment 6 Jeff Hazard Now if only Aic7xxx could figure out how to make it reboot without hanging. Assigned IRW 15 for device Probably what you’re going to have to do is get an older distro, which has the older driver in it.
Login [x] Log in using an account from: Found IRQ 11 for device Install using “linux apic” at the first boot prompt. I could not install RH7.
Btw the new driver still won’t work at all: Comment 26 Doug Ledford No aic7xxx module found for kernel.
RedHat installer hangs on loading aic7xxx driver
Comment 20 Doug Ledford At anytime during the install you can ai7cxxx alt-f3 and alt-f4 to see some logging. Find More Posts by atlesn. Comment 22 Lynn Wheelwright Welcome to the most active Linux Forum on the web.
Comment 25 Doug Ledford However, the fact that my driver has occasional reset issues on your machine may mean that there is more to it than simply a difference between the drivers. I went to reinstall RH7. Description PH Oger