No atapi cdrom found
thierry.ranson at gmail.com
Mon Dec 22 15:46:57 CET 2014
Im going to try setting my ISO on USB... By the way is it possible for me
to run the install with the scripts "manually" from another kernel? I've
been browsing the fai ISO but I don't really get the steps of the install.
There probably is a script that launches everything since its an automatic
install but I haven't found it in the ISO. This could probably help me.
Sorry if my messages are confused I'm not very familiar with all of this
but I'm ready to make big efforts.
Le 22 déc. 2014 15:37, "Thomas Lange" <lange at informatik.uni-koeln.de> a
> >>>>> On Mon, 22 Dec 2014 15:30:23 +0100, Thierry Ranson <
> thierry.ranson at gmail.com> said:
> > The thing is I've already installed the same kernel with the same
> cdrom (ide cdrom I just add when I need to since I don't need it after
> install) . The mother board was different though...
> Different mother board means different hardware, for e.g. different
> chipset which may have different ATA controllers. You can use lspci to
> check some hardware infos.
> regards Thomas
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