#debian - Mon 30 Apr 2007 between 16:57 and 17:03

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valdynhah
vyrus001wols_, so do you think removing the initrd line in grub could fix my problem?
wols_!remove kde
dpkghmm... remove kde is aptitude purge kdelibs-data kdelibs4c2a
pointerI'm still looking through how the initramfs init script is running things
tencoWannabeNewbie: what's a ID 10 T?
pointers/wierd/weird/
valdyn!leetspeak
dpkgextra, extra, read all about it, leetspeak is http://www.microsoft.com/athome/security/children/kidtalk.mspx
vyrus001wols_, since im compileing ext3 in the kern, just tell grub not to use the initrd?
wols_vyrus001: compiling and isntalling the kernel properly will. initrd is just another possibility to do something wrong. in order to simplify things, it's best avoided if possible
vyrus001wols_, ic
wols_vyrus001: you won#t need to tell grub anything. it's already handled
valdynvyrus001: kernels dont look into the wrong directory, you are either confused or somehow confused the build system. You should run 'make mrproper' before configuring and building
vyrus001wols_, i alredy have a line in that kernel entry containing the path of initrd.img, removeing that should work then and simplify yes ?
wols_, im talking about menu.1st in grub btw
wols_I know
vyrus001wols_, cool, just makeing sure :D
abrotmanlst ... not 1st
valdynvyrus001: or mounted a partition with noctime ( if that is even possible )
mutantpineapplei've moved debian from /dev/hda6 to /dev/hda5 but whenever i install a new kernel package, the installation script changes the grub entry back to /dev/hda6. what have i missed?
sorry, the second partition was hdb5
valdynmutantpineapple: edit /boot/grub/menu.lst
wols_mutantpineapple: devicemap
itchimutantpineapple: Look in the grub config, you can define the use as 'default' another device
valdynmutantpineapple: there'S one line commented out but used by the script that adds new kernel's automagically
probably not the device map
vyrus001valdyn, wols_ ill try a new build with mrproper and removing the initrd line, hopefully that works, but ill be back if it dosn't :D
itchimutantpineapple: The #kopt option there, or the new one now
vyrus001valdyn, wols_ thnx for the help
wols_vyrus001: do nothing to the initrd line
vyrus001wols_, ok
valdynmutantpineapple: # kopt=root=/dev/sda2 ro console=tty0
wols_vyrus001: installing the kernel.deb should take care of it all
Dave_is_sex1hey guys. just a quicky. aptitude uninstall "amarok and all dependencies that were installed with it"
itchimutantpineapple: Maybe want you add there the 'vga=791' option there; what valdyn just showed
mutantpineapplei know how to change it to hdb5 but it's annoying doing that every time. some files somewhere must have a record of being in hda6 and i want to know where that is so i can change it
valdyndave_is_sex1: you can try aptitude remove amarok
itchivaldyn: What's that console=tty0 option there?

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