Bug#68021: can't locate module when installing compact flavour
on Tue, 1 Aug 2000 18:19:02 -0700,
on Bug#68021: can't locate module when installing compact flavour,
Randolph Chung <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > I boot from a 2.2.17-compact boot disk and use the standard root disk.
> There is a root disk that goes with the compact boot disk. Are you
> saying you didn't use that?
How about adding a note on README-compact and release-note.sgml ?
--- /Work/tmp/potato-make/chk/boot-floppies/cvs/boot-floppies/documentation/README-compact Fri May 5 08:29:17 2000
+++ ./README-compact Wed Aug 2 19:06:18 2000
@@ -1,6 +1,9 @@
The compact flavor contains a thinner, trimmer, stripped down kernel
for the boot floppies. It is geared towards modern PCs.
+When using this flavor, it is important to keep the same set for rescue,
+root, and driver disks. Combination of flavors will be problematic.
It does not include support for math emulation, sound, joysticks,
video4linux, and other drivers not essential for installation. In
addition, this kernel lacks support for the microchannel bus, APM,
--- /Work/tmp/potato-make/chk/boot-floppies/cvs/boot-floppies/documentation/release-notes.sgml Tue Jul 25 21:02:46 2000
+++ ./release-notes.sgml Wed Aug 2 19:06:19 2000
@@ -127,7 +127,9 @@
the root and rescue disks need to be made. Finally, `compact' also
supports several common RAID controllers: DAC960, and Compaq's SMART2
RAID controllers. The `compact' flavor includes one rescue, one root and
- one driver disks.
+ one driver disks. When using this flavor, it is important to keep the
+ same set for rescue, root, and driver disks. Combination of flavors
+ will be problematic.
<item>Kernel that supports only IDE and PCI devices (and a very small
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