I have recently installed linux (slackware release) on my PC
It refuses to recognise my CD-ROM drive (a hex-speed SoundBlaster)
I'm currently booting from DOS using loadlin - and have tried passing
the address and type of the drive as arguments. It doesn't work.
Also, I have two HDD's in my PC. Linux is running off the secondary
drive (a WD 340Mb) but I would like to access the DOS partitions of
my primary HDD (a WD 1.2Gb). My BIOS requires sector translation which
means it tells Linux there are 64 heads on my drive. If I pass the true
config. to loadlin (using hd=.....) it screws up the other drive.
Can anyone help me ??
Thanks in advance...