On 29 Oct 2001, Nick Murtagh wrote:
> Mandrake 8.1 has modules for it, whether or not it installs onto it
> I can't say, but I'd imagine it would be fine...
Not quite. The kernel that mandrake installs has the modules alright, but
the one used during installation doesn't, and as I was saying, even if you
do manage to compile the modules so that the installation kernel will load
them, the installation software itself cannot deal with it, so the only
solution was the one I mentioned earlier.
"My mom had Windows at work and it hurt her eyes real bad"
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