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I've justed installed Caldera OpenLinux 1.3 onto a Intel PII machine with IDE HD.  During the boot process, amd daemon pauses in it's initializaition for about 60 seconds. On my other systems, the amd daemon loads quickly.  This is a new install and I want to correct the situation before it becomes a problem.  Suggestions?  Thanks.
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what is the amd file looking for?
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You version of the kernel are not prepared for support the amd funtionality, because you have to recompile the kernel whit the AMD suport option.

Or if you dont want the AMD functionality edit the rc.local file and stop the demon.
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