Multiple items for Stuart
Glad to hear your kernel compile worked. I forgot about the old PCMCIA
drivers causing problems. Turning off the kernel's PCMCIA and using the
pcmcia-cs-3.1.24 package works quite well for me, probably will for you
too. When you unpack the pcmcia-cs package and compile it, you don't need
to mix it's files into the kernel's source. I usually just put it in the
kernel source directory like this: /usr/src/kernel-2.4.2/pcmcia-cs-3.1.24
and build it from it's directory. If you are mixing those files with the
kernel's you may run into trouble.
For "bridge register mapping failed: check cb_mem_base setting not found"
* in lilo.conf add the line append="pci=biosirq"
this took care of a problem I had with pcmcia (I don't remember
* check your /etc/pcmcia/config.opts file (that's the directory on Debian,
not sure about Redhat)
all those include and exclude settings did not work at all well for me,
here is my _complete_ set of includes and excludes
include port 0x0400-0x04cf
include port 0x1000-0x1fff
include port 0xfa00-0xfcff
include memory 0x000c0000-0x000fffff
include memory 0x60000000-0x60ffffff
include memory 0xff800000-0xffbfffff
exclude irq 4
exclude irq 3
exclude irq 7
exclude irq 5
all other lines are commented out
you might want to experiment from this starting point
Somewhere on the net, I found the NFS lockd issue explained basically as:
the functionality of NFS lockd has been moved into the nfsd daemon and
lockd is no longer required. The Redhat scripts haven't been updated to
reflect that. So... don't worry, be happy!
Hopefully this will help: