In regard to XFS, I just tried a reinstall and selected the ext3 file
This yielded no change in the error.
If no one has any good ideas, I will try mounting the install cd and
building a custom kernel
The system still boots and then complains as follows.
"kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on
Okay, I am wondering if using XFS is somehow a problem. I can try ext3
and see if I get
with built in scsi support.
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