6.2-release-p5, Dell PE1435, custom kernel fails generic works

Philip M. Gollucci philip at riderway.com
Tue Jul 17 15:09:54 UTC 2007

illoai at gmail.com wrote:
> On 17/07/07, illoai at gmail.com <illoai at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 16/07/07, Philip M. Gollucci <philip at riderway.com> wrote:
>>> [take 2]
>>> Hi All,
>>> I understand kernel compiles pretty well, but I guess I'm having a hard
>>> time nailing down my hardware even though I "know" what it is.
>>> It panics when trying to mount the root device.  Its something to do
>>> with the scsi/raid kernel config.
>> Wow, that ELEKTRA config is a serious mess to read . . .
>> might try adding:
>> device ataraid
> I just noticed that GENERIC for amd64 does not have isa
> and does have acpi, which neither of your custom configs
> adhere to.
oh blower.  in 7.0 isa was moved to DEFAULT  ... too many different kernels.

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