Fedora7 LiveCD will not boot

monty19@ hotmail.com monty19 at hotmail.com
Thu Jun 14 05:30:14 UTC 2007

I noticed this as well, but forgot to look into it. I just did a google 
search and found/borrowed this:
If you are using a kernel >= 2.6.20, all /dev/hd*s will appear as 
/dev/sd*s. This is a result of Linux using the libATA drivers for PATA 
as well as SATA from now on.
from http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?t=552872

It would be MUCH easier to help with your SCSI controller problems if 
you can do some research and identify it for us. Either pull the card 
and look for a model number, or if it came with the system do some 
research and see what model(s) of RAID controller were shipped with the 
system. If you can boot the system of an IDE drive and it's a PCI card 
try running lspci and see if you can identify it via that route. Without 
knowing more the answer could be several different things, and trying to 
think of and cover them all could be very tedious.


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