From: Wynne, Conor (conor_wynne at domain maxtor.com)
Date: Wed 04 Sep 2002 - 15:24:27 IST
Sorry dunno Paul,
But why not just not bother with mkinitrd, go static baby, its what all the
cool kids do ;--)
Its only gonna be your boot controller driver & initial FStype that needs
it, which is probably the same as the rest of your Fs'es anyway.
Sorry can't be more help.
has anyone noticed that mkinitrd does not seem to work on non-RH 2.4
complains that no loopback devices are available. indeed losetup (at
least RH's) just does not seem to work on non-RH 2.4 kernels.
which is a pain, if you're trying to install a RH kernel onto a box
with a non-RH kernel.
which brings me to my next question, is there anyone out there with
RH's 2.4.18-10 and 2.4.18-10smp Athlon kernel package installed, who
could run mkinitrd for me? :)
-- Paul Jakma Sys Admin Alphyra paulj at domain alphyra.ie Warning: /never/ send email to spam at domain dishone.st or trap at domain dishone.st
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