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yeah well i just installed linux .... i have a cd burner
that i want to work and the kernel arguments
at start are "hd=ide-scsi" and when trys to boot
with this i get a kernel panic ... something about
not syncing .... and it will not go any further.
but if i edit this and take out the scsi part it boots
fine ... is there any way that i could leave this in
and still bee able to boot? or anyway that one
could get around this and still burn a cd?