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step 1: install zeroshell on your scsi disk.
step 2: Boot from a linux live cd (ex slax linux)
step 3: Mark /dev/sda1 as Bootable ( ex sfdisk )
step 4: Mount /dev/sda1 in any directory (ex mount /dev/sda1 /mnt/tmp )
step 5: cd /mnt ; cp initrd.gz /tmp; cd /tmp; gunzip initrd.gz; mount -o loop initrd /tmp/memory
step 6: copy from zeroshell live cd these files.
cp /media/CDROM/modules/184.108.40.206/kernel/drivers/scsi/scsi* /mnt/tmp/lib/sata/deps/
cp /media/CDROM/modules/220.127.116.11/kernel/drivers/scsi/aic7xxx/aic7* /mnt/tmp/lib/sata/chipsets/
step 7: Umount your initrd (ex umount /tmp/memory)
step 8: cd /tmp; gzip initrd; cd .. ; umount /mnt/tmp; reboot
step 9: Boot from your scsi disk
Note: I used a aic7 scsi chipsets. For another chipsets you must copy other files.
Mr Fulvio. The new version of zeroshell 1.0.beta11 does not include the source of precompiled kernel 18.104.22.168 or include files + Compiler
Well wait until next week to test the load balancing.
I wanted to point out that my company is interested in promoting the officially zeroshell in Venezuela, have already installed on several sites with IBM servers with SCSI disks.
Excuse the annoyance Mr Fulvio, for when you list the next release?
yes, I already install ZeroShell on SCSI whitout sata or ide disk, only SCSI. It’s able to boot and work like this.