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Old 01-09-2008, 06:27 PM   #1
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RTAI on DELL Optiplex 320 using Fedora Core 7

Hey all.

I`ve struggling for weeks and i've not solved my problem yet. I've been trying to get installed RTAI on my machine witch is a Dell Optiplex 320. Regardless the awesome work to enve get installed Fedora Core 7 on it, when i recompile the kernel to 2.6.12 version (Its the one that works with RTAI 3.3 on other machines that ive installed) it stops on boot before even loading the modules, most specifically on Plug and Play feature. Does anyone have any idea or a link for similar problems like this? Any guess would be a great help.


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