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Old 01-19-2005, 11:16 PM   #1
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Location: Spencer, Iowa
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2.6.9 Compact Flash Mounting /dev/hda1

I built a custom Linux OS and it worked ok using 2.6.4 I went to upgrade to 2.6.9 and now when It boots it detects the compact flash at hda (just like 2.6.4 did) but when it trys to mount the disk it says "Bad superblock /dev/hda1" I can take the flash card out and put it in my slackware computer (2.4.28) and it works great! Did something change in 2.6.4 did I maybe miss somthing in the kernel config?? (I did a "make oldconfig") A little help would be great.



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