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Re: F9 doesn't find swap or /root system on new motherboard

M. Fioretti wrote:
> On Sun, January 18, 2009 12:57 am, Roger Heflin wrote:
>> The base problem is the new MB likely has a *different* sata device
>> controlling the drives...
>> The typical fix is to boot a rescue, figure out from the rescue what
>> driver is needed and update modprobe.conf and rebuilt the initial ram
>> disk with that driver, and try again.?
> As I already answered to Craig, for reasons not worth discussing here, it
> would be much easier for me to connect the drive to my (other distro)
> linux laptop and work from there, only using the mb datasheet to figure
> out which modules are needed. Is this possible?
> How should I proceed, exactly
Read the man page for mkinitrd - it tells you how to include
specific modules, as well as an option to overwrite the current
initrd. But you have to know the module you need for the new controller.


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