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The funny part, when I started loaidng around the office about the machine, I learned it used to be a Winserver and in the message console for system, it would show the occasional hardware error on HDD1 which the SCSI drive is the only one in the machine but the machine was still functioning, and able to function, just loadin occasionally become slow as if the resources were being utilized fully at times.
Registered protocol family 2 IP route cache hash table entries: The general syntax is:. Attempted to kill init! We have attempted to try a few other things including disabling the onboard SATA controller in case there was a conflict. The template file is: Mar 3, Total Views: Display posts from previous: Tue Nov 07, 6: Unless they are looading as dynamically loadable modules, they cannot be put in the initial root file system, which will cause an error.
You might just need to refresh it. If you build a kernel with the default configuration, the build process will print a number of error messages when the initial root file system is created when the make install command is executed. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated, and I thank everyone in advance for your time, patience and assistance. If you examine the messages that were printed while the system was starting, you will still see errors caused by missing modules.
Please feel free to let me know if you have any other questions, or would like me to provide more info.
This article did not resolve my issue. These new modules must also be built as dynamically loadable modules. There is a different error with a CentOS 6.
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Copyright Gentoo Foundation, Inc. Without a driver, the kernel cannot communicate with attached devices. The really funny part to this situation, I was able to load CentOS 3. I wonder if problem was generated from some kernel installation script changing modprobe. Sits at the “mptspi” screen as before.
USB hub found hub Board index All times are UTC. Some of the last few entries are: Thank you mptzpi you information! The following command will produce a default configuration for the current architecture, which, in this case, is the x86 Intel architecture.
Have you tried “ctrl-alt-F