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Re: sata_nv problem

Zsolt KOZAK <zsolt@zsolt.net> writes:
> On 2005-02-14 17:47, Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
>>Zsolt KOZAK <zsolt@zsolt.net> writes:
>>>I tried to install a brand new system with the latest installer image,
>>>but it failed during SATA detection... Sata_nv module said: "sata is
>>>too slow to responde". :( I googled a little and found out that this
>>>is a kind of bug in the pre 2.6.10 kernels, and it had been resolved
>>>in 2.6.10, but the latest amd64 installer uses kernel<2.6.10. :( So I
>>Sure about that?
> Absolutely!

The latest D-I netinst cdrom only contains modules for 2.6.10-9 and
I'm pretty sure the vmlinuz on it is a 2.6.10 kernel too. Otherwise
the cd would be severly broken and not work at all.

>>>need a 2.6.10 on the installer CD. Is there any way to make my own
>>>installer disk/image using my own kernel image? Can I changed only the
>>>kernel on the installer? A static kernel without modules is okay for
>>You have to build the module udebs and then a set of D-I images. There
>>is no just changing in there I'm afraid.
> Fortunately I workarounded the problem :-D It's not the simplest
> process... but works.
> 1. I've just build a DFS (Debian From Scratch) boot CD with a 2.6.10
> (all things compiled into the kernel, no modules at all).

If you have a module less kernel then you can just use that with the
make-cd.sh script to build a D-I cd.


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