[Pardus-users] Disabling of IRQ #82
necmettin.begiter at gmail.com
Sun Apr 20 14:02:12 EEST 2008
2008/4/20, Emre Sururi <etasci at fisek.com.tr>:
> Dear Pardus developers,
> After about 10 minutes following the login, an enigmatic message from
> syslogd appears unfailingly:
> Message from syslogd at localhost at Sun Apr 20 08:26:26 2008 ...
> localhost kernel: Disabling IRQ #82
> Nothing seems to change, actually, the same with only the IRQ number
> being different (it was 21 or 22 not sure) was happening previously with
> Fedora distro before. Two of my friends (called smt like Ekeen and
> Jahlar though I'm not sure since I'm not adept in Turkish names) were in
> awe when they saw this back in my Fedora days so after seeing it
> reoccuring thought maybe it's a good idea to report this also.
> With my best regards, thank you for your time,
> Emre Sururi.
It appears this is a problem with your BIOS settings or hardware.
Definitely a hardware issue, nothing specific to Pardus (I do not
remember any reports about IRQs that did not end up being a
You might try updating your BIOS. If that doesn't work, as IRQs are
for hardware, you might need to see which one is causing the problem
by removing them one at a time.
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