Well, at least the new kernel supports SATA.

The AWK command is missing from the ‘bin’ directory of the ROOT imaging
file. You can copy it from the old ROOT file, but c’mon what’s the deal?

The GREP command doesn’t work properly. For example, you cannot use the
options “i” and “o” in the same line, whereas the older kernel’s version
didn’t have this defect.

I don’t understand the INITRD file. On the 7SP1a, you could crack open
the file easily and add drivers. On the Hotpatch 2 version, you must
specify a filesystem type. I got it to mount with usbfs, but did not
recognize the file structure.

Crazy, eh?