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Re: Root partition stuck in read-only mode.

> [ ... ]
> try Timo's rescue CD (debian based):
>    http://rescuecd.sourceforge.net/download.html
> If I'm not mistaken his bootimage uses initrd, and does some
> autodetection of drives.  If the autodetection fails, it's possible
> to get a shell early in the boot process and load the needed scsi
> modules.  I've never done that so I don't really know how it works,
> but I expect "modprobe driver-for-your-scsi-card" would suffice.
> [ ... ]
> Look in /boot/config-2.4.20-686-smp, it lists all the config params
> used to compile that kernel.  Look for scsi-generic and scsi-disk
> and the apropriate module for your scsi card.

Thank you very much.  This all looks useful, and I'll be giving it
a try a little later.  I hope that my next message here will be a
summary of what I did to get this all working correctly.

 Lloyd Zusman
 God bless you.

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