Re: Modules not compiled in new kernel?
On Thu, Feb 09, 2006 at 11:17:42PM +0100, Uncurbed wrote:
> I just compiled a new kernel ( 18.104.22.168 ) for my Alpha Station 400 4/233
> I have the modules for the SCSI controlles compiled in the kernel.
> Everything was well until i did:
> >dpkg -i kernel-image-22.214.171.124_custom.1.0_alpha.deb
> > mkinitrd -o /boot/initrd.img-126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52
> Then it said something about the Sym53c8xx modules was not found.
> But it also said that the modules probably was compiled in the kernel (
> and I had ,I checked the config right after )
> When I boot it freezes, and at boot it can't find the sym53c8xx
> module.(wich is compiled in )
> It stops at:
> SCSI.0: Time out
> or something like that.
initrd-tools relied on an /proc/scsi ouput that is gone since 2.6.12.
it is phased out in favour of new initramfs generators.
> How can I fix it?
use initramfs-tools - generates newstyle initramfs images.
invocation of mkinitramfs is similar to mkinitrd,
even if the usage of update-initramfs is preferred.
yaird is the second alternative.