No atapi cdrom found

Thierry Ranson thierry.ranson at
Mon Dec 22 17:57:27 CET 2014

I was wondering. Maybe just changing my initrd.IMG file could do the trick?
If I'm not mistaken this is where the drivers are loaded ?
Le 22 déc. 2014 15:46, "Thierry Ranson" <thierry.ranson at> a écrit :

> 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> a
> écrit :
>> >>>>> On Mon, 22 Dec 2014 15:30:23 +0100, Thierry Ranson <
>> thierry.ranson at> 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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