Matte88 wrote:On default boot entry of Sabayon LiveDVD menu press the TAB key on you keyboard: this will let you modify the boot string. Ok, delete everything but the kernel part (sorry, I cannot explain you well 'cause I'm going from memory) and try booting.
First of all you could set ide=nodma parameters.
If no results, do little testing with these boot options
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Also read the Sabayon wiki about boot parameters: http://wiki.sabayon.org/index.php?title=En:Sabayon_Linux#Boot_parameters_and_workarounds_for_problematic_Hardware
ender wrote:I then deleted everything except the initrd value and, after some output, that got me a command line as root. Preceding that was a message stating that the root block device could not be found. I tried the command 'shell' as suggested which resulted in a message along the lines "can't access tty, job control turned off." The other suggestion was 'q' which resulted in a message that there is no such command.
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