IDE to SATA - Migrating Linux R.H. 8.0

Hi

I want move a Red Hat 8.0 installed into an IDE disk to a new SATA disk. But the kernel appears dont support it. How to make a new kernel ? What files I must modify?

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ravenplCommented:
You either need to compile a new kernel,
either upgrade from distribution (up2date kernel)
either upgrade distro to FC.

AS compiling kernel by yourself is a long story, try from
http://www.google.com/search?hl=pl&q=kernel+compiling+howto+redhat&btnG=Szukaj&lr=

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scientist060700Commented:
I ran to same problem with Dell Server once. I called Dell told me that open source RH or FC is not supported by SATA drive. It would have to be RH ES 3.0 or later. Here is how I solved it. Open your cpu or server and disconnect SATA connection and connect drive(s) directly to motherboard and it will let you install whatever you want to install on it.

Let me know if you need more help !

--scientist
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