Il giorno ven, 21/03/2008 alle 15.02 -0400, Josef 'Jeff' Sipek ha
> On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 07:56:18PM +0100, Massimiliano Adamo wrote:
> > My kernel is the one provided with Ubuntu 7.10: 2.6.22-14
> > At present, this controller is not managed by any driver in the linux
> > kernel, and in order to boot, I have to append the string
> > "all_generic_ide" into grub config file. Otherwise system doesn't boot.
> I have no idea if a newer kernel does support it, but it might be worth a
I should have to do this ... but now I have my system installed with
Furthermore, I left Gentoo, and I am using ubuntu as I hate
recompiling... and I wouldn't recompile a kernel on it. What I can do,
is to boot with last "partimage live-cd" (which uses newer kernel), and
try to see if it loads some other driver.
> > I have installed the system at least 3 times in one day, before
> > understanding that the problem was XFS filesystem.
> > After each reboot there were file missing, when running ldconfig I was
> > getting messages like: the file blabla_blabla.so is truncated, or is
> > corrupted...
> Is there anything in dmesg?
As I can remember there was nothing really interesting...
> We have joy, we have fun, we have Linux on a Sun...
very nice signature :)