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Re: Potato->Woody kernel upgrade problems

Michael Piefel <piefel@debian.org> wrote:

> No Disk
>  The old kernel was handcrafted. The new one makes an initial RAM disk
> and loads the modules mentioned in /etc/modules. Of course, the disk
> driver had been compiled in before. I'm not sure what to do about this.
> kernel-image _could_ have warned about the missing SCSI driver, but I
> guess it's difficult. Perhaps an even bigger note about the perils of
> installing a new kernel?

Did the initrd load at all? If it did then it could be a bug in
initrd-tools.  Please show me the boot messages.
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