Re: Custom Kernel Won't Boot
On Wed, 14 Sep 2005, Jon Roed wrote:
> I can't find a driver for my chipset in the kernel options.
the chipset you care about is the output of "lspci"
- you'd want to make sure you can find all the drivers
for each of the hardware controllers listed in the output of
- if the kernel does not have a driver for "ChipMaker-1234 v5"
than you should use 2.4.31 and/or 2.6.12.x instead
and if not, pick the one that closer to it or a generic driver
that is supposed to be vendor nuetral
burn the marketing info that came with the motherboard as its basically
useless ( not detailed enough or accurate )
> I have an AMD
> Athlon 64 2800+. The chipset according to the manual that came with the
> motherboard is a SiS746 Northbridge and SiS963 Southbridge. I can't find an
> option for either of those. Also, which IDE drivers should i make sure are
> installed ?