Paul Johnson wrote: > > When the kernel is updated, the Fedora 9 framework will rebuild a new > initrd and it will NOT have the special modules in it. On fedora > systems, I found no simpler solution than to edit the new-kernel > script and change the modules that were assumed. Otherwise, the boot > up will fail just like you have been seeing. On Ubuntu linux, I've > learned that the required modules can be configured in > /etc/modprobe.conf or someplace similar, and the initrd builder takes > notice of it. > What I have done in the past is to boot off the install media, select the rescue mode, and then chroot to where the root file system is mounted. I thin build the new initrd, making sure it matches the kernel I plan to boot from. In the future, installing a new kernel will build the initrd, using the information from the running kernel. At least it has worked correctly for the last 5 updates on this machine sense I moved the drive here, and rebuilt the initrd for this motherboard. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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