Cariboo, If you still have the kernel source that you once downloaded and compiled, plus a little extra space on your hard drive, then you should have everything you need to try............. I've created a package but have not tested it yet. Once I can test it, and it determine that it works, then I'll put it on mediafire - unless you're planning on creating the package yourself.
If I understand you right you are recommending to go through THIS
procedure one more time.
I feel if I do it again it may lead to the same results as before.
Let me summarize what happened so far;
1) I opened THIS thread because of booting problem: "Loading iSCSI transport class v2.0-724".
2) With the outstanding support from uelsk8s a recompilation of kernel 262219 solved this issue.
3) To be sure I have a working backup for this computer I wanted to build a remastered CD and therefor I opened the THREAD
we are working on right now.
4) First problem here was that "vlmklive" didn't produce an *.iso file at all.
5) Again, through uelsk8s awesome intervention this was finally solved to the point where an *iso file and md5sum was built.
6) All efforts ended in the original problem that I still have the boot problem either "Loading iSCSI transport class v2.0-724" or "Loading Adaptec 120RAID: Version 2.4 Build 5g0 Detecting Adaptec 120 RAID controllers..." no matter what kernel I use. Right now the LinuxLoader is messed up too.
The last step, which I haven't yet tried, is adding the package to the package list on the cd. I'm a bit concerned it will overrun the length of a 700mb cd. If it does,
that then perhaps dropping the Acrobat Reader package might regain the needed space???
I hate to confess but I would rather wait until you would put the whole on mediafire
What ever you would drop I could install later.
I'll go to a friend with broadband internet for faster download.