Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 113238
Make i386 disk set for Kernel 2038, Misc problems
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:35 EST
Description of problem:
Could you make a i386 disk set for the most recent Kernel level, such
as 2.4. -2038? It has several improvements.
Also when a am3xxxxx SCSI driver is selected in 2.4 - 2029, The
booting will also detect the redundant Tekram/amxxxxx driver and
lock up. Tekram 390U. I changed back to a Initio SCSI and have been
working fine. I recented Ghosted to new SCSI drive and Have not been
able to repair the Grub yet. My i386 boot disk wont use the Initio
SCSI, and I cant hook up the new drive to the Tekram since its a 68-
Had some sound and nic troubles on 2.4 2029, with a Asus integrated
Nvidia motherboard, Realtek 8102 nic(not the MAC, NVIDIA is actually
the NIC). Had to delete the RPM "lock" files to unjam RPM once too.
That Synaptic program is neat, could it be installed by default?
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
2.4 -2038 ,2.4 2029
Ghost hard drive from one SCSI to another, Ghost supports ext2, but
does not support GRUB; very big deal.
Steps to Reproduce:
1.swap hardware around a lot
2.Use off brand, cheap, and old stuff simultaneously.
3. download everything in sight just to try once.
Computer not running.
Grub is hard for a newbie to use.