ben.ricker at gmail
Jan 26, 2005, 6:40 PM
Post #3 of 5
I should be more specific: I compiled my own kernel with the modules I
thought were needed. I did not see anything that specifically said
Sonnet or tempo or whatnot. I was checking to see if anyone had
noticed what driver they had to include in the kernel.
I will try to boot into the LiveCD and see if I can catch the driver
it loads. That should tell me what driver needs to be put into my
On Thu, 27 Jan 2005 01:35:16 +0100, Lars Weiler <pylon [at] gentoo> wrote:
> * Flaffer <ben.ricker [at] gmail> [05/01/26 18:19 -0600]:
> > I have a Sonnet Tempo ATA133 IDE PCI Card that is not being recognized
> > by Gentoo. I do not see the cdrom being mapped when it boots the
> > kernel.
> If there is a kernel module for that card, then I guess,
> it's not included on the current 2004.3 LiveCD. We added a
> lot more IDE, SATA and SCSI cards, as well as RAID
> controllers to the next LiveCDs kernel.
> Regards, Lars
He's just this guy, you know?
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