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Re: Problem with Anaconda (Fedora) and Xcell 2000 mobo



> I believe Fedora 10 has a lot of ATA drivers built-in, but it doesn’t
> look like ata_generic is. It looks like on Fedora 10, you can append 
> ata_generic.all_generic_ide=1
> to the kernel boot line, and you’ll be more likely to detect the disk.

That may do the trick. If so it would be interesting once its booting to
see the lspci -vvxxx output and what controller the board actually uses.



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