Lenovo M93p issue after init.gz 'More than 8 outputs detected'

  • Hi,
    I just received a fairly new desktop Lenovo M93p,
    I have the latest 3.88 kernel installed
    and receive this:

    tps65010: no chip?
    acpiphp_ibm: ibm_acpiphp_init: acpi_walk_namespace failed
    cr_bllcd: INTEL CARILLO RANCH LPC not found
    Could not find Caruillo Ranch MCH device
    uvesafb: failed to execute /sbin/v86d
    uvesafb: make sure that the v86d helper is installed and executable
    uvesafb: Getting VBE info block failed (eax=0x4f00, err=-2
    uvesafb: vbe_init() failed with -22
    drm/i810 does not support SMP
    [drm:i915_write32] ERROR unknown unclaimed register before writing to c5100
    i915 0000:00:02.0: More than 8 outputs detected

    Let me know,
    Much appreciated!
    Best regards

  • My guess as to the issue you’re seeing could be a couple things.

    NFS isn’t loading so the starting point would be to make sure the nfs server is running.

    Most systems now use nfs in conjunction with rpcbind. Some Debian based systems use portmap so replace rpcbind with portmap if necessary.

    Try to verify nfs server is running. On Redhat based systems the code to make sure should be:
    [code]sudo service rpcbind restart
    sudo service nfs restart[/code]

    On Debian based systems it should be:
    [code]sudo service rpcbind restart
    sudo service nfs-kernel-server restart[/code]

    The next step is to verify your permissions are correct on the /images folder (or what ever directory structure you’re using for your images).

    [code]chmod -R 777 /images[/code]

    The last thing to verify is to ensure .mntcheck files are in the right places. The commands below should verify.
    [code]rm -rf /images/{.mntcheck,/dev/.mntcheck}
    touch /images/.mntcheck /images/dev/.mntcheck
    chmod -R 777 /images[/code]

    Hopefully this helps you out.

  • I have been trying this as well. I was able to register the device using the latest kernel from Tom. Now when I attempt to push up the image it fails during the NFS mount process. We are still running 0.32 on the server, server still works on other machines. I have tried using both the on board PXE as well as a gPXE disc with same results. Any ideas?

  • @[URL=‘http://fogproject.org/forum/members/michael-dutcher.19263/’][B]Michael Dutcher[/B][/URL] the bzImage file is located in /tftpboot/fog/kernel directory, rename the file there and copy the new file into that directory, remember you need to have the permission to do changes there.

  • Hi Tom, couldn’t try it as the user needed the new pc immediatly, will try again when I get a new m93 in
    I also run into trouble on a lenovo x240 now… ‘unknown unclaimed register before writing to…’

  • I’m new to Fog and Linux. I am having a similar issue. Can you tell me how to upload your kernel to my fog server?

  • This looks to be a kernel problem.

    Please give my kernel a try: