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SubjectRe: ide boot failure 2.6.36/2.6.28 - 2.6.27 works
On 11/19/2010 06:15 PM, Andries E. Brouwer wrote:
> In case anybody is still interested in this old IDE stuff:
> I wanted to boot a recent kernel on an old machine and failed.
> The last kernel that worked was 2.6.27.
> What goes wrong is that the disks are no longer detected on 2.6.28.
> I see that 2.6.28 had a lot of changes in this area.
> Maybe this just needs a new boot option I overlooked.
> (Or is oldfashioned IDE considered broken these days?)
> Google gives me many people with the same problem
> (e.g., but no remedy.
> I have not looked at the code yet.
> Andries
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probably best to bisect if you can..

Justin P. Mattock

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