Re: Sarge bootcd with newer 2.6 kernel
On Wed, 2005-08-03 at 08:58 +0000, David Claughton wrote:
> Maurice Lucas writes:
> > Hello,
> > I want to make my own custom sarge bootcd because I need a newer 2.6 kernel.
> > How can I do this?
> > Or is there another way to boot my pc with a new (2.6.12-3 does work) kernel
> > and then install sarge from scratch?
> > With kind regards,
> > Met vriendelijke groet,
> > Maurice Lucas
> > TAOS-IT
> I think you just type 'linux26' at the boot prompt on the cd. Press F1 to
> bring up the help to check. However I think this is 2.6.8.
> Are you saying the installer won't actually run on your machine with 2.4? If
> it does it probably better to install using the 2.4 kernel, then upgrade to
> 2.6 by installing the relevent kernel-image package. You'll then end up with
> both options on your Grub boot menu.
I want to install on a new S-ATA hard drive as primary (and only) hard
Non of the standard boot methodes work, both of tehm doesn't see the sda
drive. But my homebuild 2.6.12 does work.
Kernel 2.6.8 is to "old".
With kind regards,