My hard drive, SATA type, with several PCLinuxOS on it : Openbox, Education, and several Mini localized to French, has just been plugged into a new machine I put up a few days ago. Just before, it was on a Dell P4.
I bought a MotherBoard along with a proc to get a 64bits dual core with 4 GB memory. The MB is a MSI GF615M-P33 V2. All I get is a kernel panic when I want to boot PCLinuxOS. I tried with Openbox and with KDE Minime, same thing. I tried to boot to safeboot, and even to init 1 : there is nothing I could do, the boot stalls with kernel panic.
I still have an old Archlinux kernel 2.6.35, as of 2010), on a second SATA hard drive, switched to boot to it first in the BIOS, and booted to it : I got a problem with the major/minor related to the partition device with the normal boot entry, but could boot to fallback entry and login to X. So I wondered if something could be adviced to me, is there a way to get the hardware detection used in this case of figure, or do I have no other choice than repluging this drive to the former machine in order to boot the installed PCLinuxOS versions ?
Thanks for your help,