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Bug#316453: marked as done (kernel-image-2.6.11-amd64-generic: Fails to boot since 2.6.11-4)



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Package: kernel-image-2.6.11-amd64-generic
Version: 2.6.11-4
Severity: critical
Justification: breaks the whole system

Since 2.6.11-4, the kernel-image won't boot.

The first error message says something like:
" Can't load shared object file libc.so.6 "
The second error message says it can't find sda1.

My hypothesis is that the necessary modules for my onboard SATA
controller are no longer included in the initrd image.

I HAVEN'T modified /etc/mkinitrd/mkinitrd.conf.

I've a pretty common Asus K8V-X motherboard which SATA ctrler
requires at least scsi_mod, sata_via and libata to work.

Booting with the current kernel-image-2.6.8-amd64-generic image works fine.
I'm happy i kept my very old image before upgrading 2.6.11!!

-Pascal
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From: Pascal Giard <evilynux@gmail.com>
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Ok, so a proper /etc/ld.so.conf fixes my issue.
Since i can't remember if i autokilled myself on this one (bad modif),
i see no reason to leave this bug open.

thanks to everyone who helped!

-Pascal
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