Re: Another sata failure report
Morten Bo Johansen <email@example.com> writes:
> Goswin von Brederlow <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Morten Bo Johansen <email@example.com> writes:
>>> the master boot record, I booted the system only to find that grub was
>>> not installed correctly. I had to use a grub boot diskette to reinstall
>> Thats bad, very bad. Does the latest i386 installer work?
> I have not tried that yet, but I will.
>>> grub to make my old system bootable. I loaded my old system and updated
>>> menu.lst to include the newly installed system and rebooted. Booting the
>>> system I just installed from the iso image above, I got:
>>> ata1: SATA max UDMA/133 cmd 0x9F0 ctl 0xBF2 bmdma 0xEA00 irq 11
>>> ata2: SATA max UDMA/133 cmd 0x970 ctl 0xB72 bmdma 0xEA08 irq 11
>>> ata1 is slow to respond, please be patient
>>> ata1 failed to respond (30 sec)
>>> scsi0 : sata_nv
>>> pivot_root: no such file or directory
>>> /sbin/init: 431: Cannot open dev/console: No such file or directory
>>> Kernel panic: Attempted to kill init!
>> Did you use the same kernel as D-I uses? Try sticking with the generic
>> one and the same version number.
> I used the kernel from the latest sid-amd64-netinst.iso. I am a little
> confused about your questions: when you refer to D-I do you mean the
> i386 D-I? I mean the amd64 port installation is also based on the new
> D-I (?), sorry for being slow.
The installer uses the generic flavour of the kernel-image and will
present you with a choice of kernel images at install time. Which one
did you choose there?
>> Is the root device detected as the same device as under D-i?
> Again, if you mean the Debian Installer for i386, I have not yet tried
> it with my new Shuttle.
No, same device under the amd64 D-I and when rebooting.