Stephen Shirley said:
> I whipped out my trusty boot disk, and booted her up.
> The modules had been replaced with the ones I was compiling
> last night (I think) and so wouldn't load.
> Can't load the aic7xxx module.
> Therefore I can't mount the /usr partion (on /dev/sda1)
> Therefore can't recompile the kernel (in /usr/src/linux...)
> to fix the problem
Get another boot disk with either an initrd, or the aic7xxx module
compiled in statically. Then finish off the build ;)
tomsrtbt has been recommended before, I've never had to try it (yet, touch
wood!) -- freshmeat.net for that.
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