Email Required, but never shown. Use the FAQ Luke. That of course is just a WASG: Violet Giraffe 2 11 Post as a guest Name. I managed to get grub2 installed and the bootloader now starts but drops into dracut shell. When you did run it against yours it shows that you do not have the right kernel modules in it to allow it to use ahci mode so you need to rebuild it with dracut and tell dracut that you want it to build the initramfs with the ahci modules in place.
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Casale So, you need modprobe. You can use the –preload option to manually specific modules though, so you could always try turning AHCI off, booting Fedora, making your custom image: Read the man page for centod and see the section on “Adding Kernel Modules” for examples. Thanks for any suggestions!
In AHCI mode, still it was not seen. To resolve this within windows: According to research I’ve done since then I now need the ports!
Back to the errors. You need to install the proper disk driver for boot, which is typically not a viable option; maybe a liveCD can accomplish this. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. To start, I have decent experience debugging Linux boot. Sign up using Email and Password.
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I went backwards and forwards a few times to make sure. The already installed system does not like the fact I’ve changed to ahci and does not load the ahci module, eventually failing to boot complaining it cannot mount the root fs, killing init, etc. I’m having trouble getting a Centos installation to boot on a system with hdd’s hanging off an AHCI hba.
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The Jetway engineers suggested upgrading the kernel, I thought fair enough, this did not help. I’m using the bit 2. The Crux OS has slightly outdated custom kernel on it and uses initramfs also custom.
I’m not surprised by this fact alone, but I am surprised with the message I’m getting:.
Switch from IDE to AHCI – CentOS
When that’s done, reinstall the latest kernel or yum update one to create a good initrd. When Windows starts, it will detect the change, load new disk drivers, and do one more reboot to start up with them. On a similar system I have from Asus my modprobe. When I put it in custom bios, not successful.
[CentOS] AHCI at boot?