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Originally Posted by jnev i think i figured out the problem. slaxkware's default kernel is 2.4, which doesn't support sata hd's. what boot parameter should i use to get it ...
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- 06-14-2005 #21
Originally Posted by jnev
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- Oct 2004
Then it should work. Under Slack 10, my partitions were labeled /dev/hdeX, and so on.
Under Slack 10.1, it was labeled /dev/sdaX, and so on.
Run this command to see yours (given that Slack detects it);
fdisk -l (as in Loser)