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    installing slackware 10 with sata

    ok i have a new motherboard with sata
    i have one hdd on sata0 and 2 hdds on my ide0 and 2 burners on ide1
    i want to install linux on my sata hdd but slackware 10 doesnt recognize sata...and i cant find a kernel to load at boot time that suports it either
    is their a way i can drop a sata suporting kernel on 1 or 2 floppys that way i can install slackware 10 and then use that kernel as my resident kernel?

    pm me if you are confused or need more info

    thanks
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    The third result of sata slackware in google
    http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...hreadid=217495
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    ok let me rephraze the question....

    i need to find a SATA compatiable kernel...drop it on a floppy and be able to boot from that floppy....and then use that kernel to run slackware 10.....make sense now?
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