Bug#255263: bug report
"lspci" is unavailable. I looked for it on the ramdisk and on the cdrom
(which was mounted already) but I guess it gets installed later... after
the hard drive is detected.
I did write down the message that came up during hardware detection though.
It said: "Unable to load some modules." Missing modules are "ide-scsi
(Linux IDE-SCSI emulation layer)", ide-mod, ide-probe-mod, ide-detect and
ide-floppy. Perhaps it's detecting my PCI SATA card as a SCSI card? My BIOS
detects the card and the attached HD at bootup but perhaps, since it's old,
it's telling d-i that it's a SCSI card/drive? Maybe that's reaching... just
a thought though. Hope that helps.
Is there another way to execute lspci? Can you install it off the CDROM to
At 09:40 PM 6/22/2004, Christian Perrier wrote:
Quoting Olek Wojnar (email@example.com):
> Here's a link to the Promise driver source I mentioned earlier:
> Not sure if that will help.
> Any other ideas?
Can you send the output of lspci -v ?