Please post your exim. My name is Sohail Riaz, I am an expert level system administrator and worked in several reputed organization. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password. Beast Aug 10, at 7: Beast Thanks for the hint. Look at them and you will see what needs to be done to them.
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I’m using legacy non-UEFI mode. Scott Silva I think you have to also modify modules.
Creating a New Initial RAM Disk
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Please post your exim. I traced the problem down to AHCI. I will used already installed chelsio driver from chelsio script. You need to confirm which hardware driver you will used to insert in initrd.
Phil Schaffner Looks like the script “init” in the top level does the job.
TipsAndTricks/CreateNewInitrd – CentOS Wiki
The initrd file is just a gzipped ext2 filesystem image, so you need to uncompress it into a temporary file and then mount that file using loopback: On Wed, at asd Sign up using Facebook. THx but pls help me: I have copied the ethernet driver, however it did not get loaded when loadning from pxeboot.
However i was trying to make C5 install from network, so its like chicken and egg problem: Look at them and you will see what needs to be done to them.
Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. How do i add this module into the initrd? Beast Thanks for the hint.
adding modules to – CentOS
I will used chelsio driver information here and it can be different for you. June 22, at I think the boot images are more like the addon driver disks are.
Beast Thanks for the link, I’ll check it. Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. Any other hints please?