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 </​code>​ and this means you will have to build an //initrd// or "​Initial Ram Disk" containing the required modules. The location of the initrd is then added in the appropriate section of ''/​etc/​lilo.conf''​ so that the kernel can find it when it boots, and is able to load the drivers it needs to access your disks. </​code>​ and this means you will have to build an //initrd// or "​Initial Ram Disk" containing the required modules. The location of the initrd is then added in the appropriate section of ''/​etc/​lilo.conf''​ so that the kernel can find it when it boots, and is able to load the drivers it needs to access your disks.
-Creating an initrd is quite simple, and I will show two cases here, one in care you have a Reiser filesystem on your root partition, and the second for the case you have an ext3 filesystem. I assume a 2.6.37.6 kernel in these example commands, if your new kernel is different, change the version number as appropriate.+Creating an initrd is quite simple, and I will show two cases here, one in case you have a Reiser filesystem on your root partition, and the second for the case you have an ext3 filesystem. I assume a 2.6.37.6 kernel in these example commands, if your new kernel is different, change the version number as appropriate.
  
   * Change into the /boot directory: <​code>​   * Change into the /boot directory: <​code>​

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