Re: Bug#390695: linux-image-2.6.18-1-686: weird messages upon loading the CD-ROM driver[1~
On 2006-10-06, Hilmar Preusse <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 05.10.06 Oleg Verych (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
>> On Thu, Oct 05, 2006 at 09:49:58AM +0200, Hilmar Preusse wrote:
>> > Are the ready made Debian packages or do I have to build myself?
>> I will, but it will be my first one (in the .deb). And i don't know
>> how it will run, because i must cross compile on x86-64. Anyway,
>> lets see what will happen ;)
> I tried to build an 19-rc1 kernel today. As I used the Debian default
> config and the box is not that fast it took a few hours. Then I
> forgot to create the initrd... :-( Will try again on Monday using
Maybe it will be better if i'll (cross) compile some modules from
backported sources for you and you will backup yours, and copy that in
Also it's better to organize `/etc/initramfs-tools/modules' from your's
current lsmod and testing `initramfs.conf' with `MODULES=list', thus you
will have working-testing initrd, and boot option "break=init" (or mount,
see initramfs-tools(8)) will bring shell to you and you can scroll
boot messages or dmesg | more.
> The box has rather experimental status. Hmm, I should rather make a
> backup of /home before booting into rc1...
no need, if `break' boot option used. And all we need is just driver
loading, no files system or other things.