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After loading 7.1 on a quantum fireball 30gb Ide drive(Jumper set to cable select) linux automatically assigns the drive as hdb not hda. Drive is
pluged into the primary ide controller. Lilo does not appear to want to boot to hdb. I got an error after installing before reboot ( Something like
error on hdb not on the same drive) After changing the IDE Jumper from cable select to Master and changing all references in my lilo.conf file
from hdb to hda. It appears to boot. Seems like there is a problem with the ide cable select setting on the new version of linux. I dont think
was a problem with rh7.0
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Set Ide Drive to cable select / Plug drive on primary controller
2.Load Linux using the defaults will work / Note error before reboot. I think it is when it runs lilo
3.Reboot and should lock up at the L prompt
Actual Results: Lockup at L prompt
Expected Results: All should be fine.
Intel 815 motherboard
quantum fireball IDE 30gb Drive set to cable select
I did a custom install.
We should handle this properly in newer releases, but also plugging the drive in
to be the master would be a valid workaround for the problem.