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Re: [vox-tech] different kernel versions see HD's as different devices
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Re: [vox-tech] different kernel versions see HD's as different devices

Peter Jay Salzman wrote:
> begin Kai Harris <harrisk@sbcglobal.net> 
>>In trying to get firewire to work correctly, I am trying to use the 
>>standard "vanilla" 2.4.19 kernel instead of my gentoo 2.4.19-r7 kernel. 
>> I haven't had any trouble getting or compiling the vanilla kernel, but 
>>when I boot it, it insists that my hard drives are /dev/hde and /dev/hdf 
>>whereas my gentoo kernel recognized my drives as /dev/hda and /dev/hdb. 
>> This is a royal pain
> yuck.  i can imagine.  guess you need to edit fstab before rebooting to
> the other kernel.

yea, I was hoping to not have to edit fstab because that will create the 
same problems for my other kernel.

>>I have absolutely no idea why a new kernel would recognize my drives as 
>>different devices.  Can anybody enlighten me and/or offer a fix?
> are these normal IDE drives connected to the motherboard (as opposed to
> say, a PCI based ATA100 card)?

They are normal IDE hard drives.  One is a WD ata/100, the other is a 
Fujitsu ata/66. They are connected to the onboard ata controllers.  Um, 
Via VT8233 is the chipset.

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