Richard Shaw wrote: > > Hmm..... I saw some responses like that, however, my current liveusb > is i386 and the install is x86_64. I tried bascially a full copy of my > working system's /boot which was actually used to boot on THAT > hardware until yesterday and it had the same issue. > > i.e. New HW -> My Desktop, My old Desktop HW -> MythBox. > > So the initrd I copied over to it was actually used to boot on that > very same hardware. > > I'll have to re download F10 x86_64 as I had to delete it for space a > while ago. I'll try mkinitrd but I have some doubts, unless someone > can find fault with copying over a working /boot (which was used on > that specific hardware previously). > > Thanks, > Richard > Grub loads the kernel and initrd from /boot using the BIOS, and the turns control over to the kernel. So the fact that the kernel loads from /boot does not say anything about the initrd having the drivers to access the hard drive. Mikkel -- Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for thou art crunchy and taste good with Ketchup!
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