AHCI in Fedora Core 6
Hi. I have an intel DG965WH motherboard with an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.16ghz and a Segate Barracuda 7200RPM 360gb HDD (w/ NCQ Support). I installed Fedora Core 6 with "IDE" enabled in the bios instead of "AHCI". After installing Fedora Core 6 and tweaking it I decided to activate "AHCI" in the hopes that it would work flawlessly, but I was wrong. Fedora Core 6 does not boot with "AHCI" activated. The error I get is that it can't find any LVMs and the kernel panics
-> uname -r
-- My kernel boot options are as follow
rhgp quiet pci=nommconf all-generic-ide irqpoll
Any suggestions as to how to fix it?
Note: BIOS is at it's newest revision.
I'd suggest a clean re-install.
Yep, I performed a clean reinstall and I was able to get AHCI support on the fly. I don't believe this should have been the way of doing this, considering the fact that linux is such a flexible operating system. I will look into it in the future, but if anyone has any has any opinions about this you're welcome to post it here. Thanks!
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