I have a Toshiba Dynabook 2010 laptop and I want to install Damn Small Linux (DSL) on it. The problem is when I boot with DSL there is no hard drive named
fdisk -l command does not return.
I could only boot into DSL if I use the
nofstab as a kernel parameter. When I boot with
fstab then a kernel panic appears.
I again checked, now there is a /dev/hda but my hda should contain two ext3 partitions. But the problem is the kernel doesn't recognize them. I got Debian in my hard disk too. The problem is Debian can recognize these two partitions.
How I can get around this?