Re: how to control/override dev assigment 3ware and USB
Frans Pop wrote:
On Friday 22 September 2006 23:58, RParr wrote:
Any guidance would be most appreciated; especially any way to capture
the early boot messages; /etc/default/bootlogd enabling does not seem
Which kernel is being booted? If it is 2.6.16 the cause may be that your
hardware needs 2.6.17.
The daily images of the installer have already been using 2.6.17 for a
while which could explain why you did not see any problems there.
The 2.6.17 kernel is now available in testing though.
To upgrade the kernel use the rescue mode of the installer, mount your
root filesystem on target (the installer will ask you that) get into a
chroot shell on /target and upgrade the kernel. You may have to mount
proc inside the chroot.
I tried again with the newest snapshot (2006.09.22) and I added labels
to the partitions.
With those two changes I was able to get it to install AND boot after
Previously, the installer was partitioning drive /dev/sde BUT I noticed
it was formatting /dev/sda. I think it was a bit confused. It appears
to be better now.
I also upgraded the system to sid and everything still running ok.
Thanks for the suggestions.