Hello. I just installed Crux Linux 0.9.4 with kernel 2.4.19 and everything seems to went fine until I got to the booting without the cd disc.
When I boot for the first time from the hard drive, I get to this stage:
Uncompressing Linux: Ok, booting the kernel.
Kmod: failed to exec /sbin/modprobe -s -k scsi_hostadapter, error=2.
Then Kernel panic error, Unable to mount root filesystem.
I did recompile the kernel for my hardware and now I can't remember if I added or removed any scsi related items. But I don't believe I would have added scsi to the kernel.
It seems that its trying to load a scsi module but I don't have any scsi devices, not even a cd burner. But I do have a dvd drive and it's an IDE model.
Any ideas/suggestions on how to fix this?
I have an AMD XP 1700, Shuttle VIA 266 mobo, 256mb of ram, ATI Radeon 32mb sdr video card.
I already have Slackware 8.0 & Debian 3.0 installed without any problems.