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Old 06-07-2008, 02:58 AM
Jerry Geis
 
Default using /dev/hda system to build initrd for /dev/sda system

I think I have booting issues for my custom kernel on centos 4. the sda
system cannot find the disk.


I used a qemu image to build a centos 4 MATH_EMULATION kernel.
This system has /dev/hda.

The system I am putting the vmlinuz and initrd files on is a /dev/sda
system.

I dont think the initrd image is getting built correctly.

Does this make sense?
What might I look at changing to ensure my initrd is made correctly.

Jerry
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