Hello, all.

I've got about 20 machines which are SATA equipped. The drives are detected by the kernel that
ships with 6.5 imaging (ata_piix driver) and I'm able to install the ZEN partition to the machines
and pull down an image to it.

However, when I go to run lilo.s in order to write the boot loader code, LILO spits at me,
complaining about drive geometry:

Device 0x0800: Inconsistent partition table, 2nd entry.

CHS address in PT: 100:0:1 -> LBA(1606500)
LBA address in PT: 204800 -> CHS(12:190:51)
Fatal: Either FIX-TABLE or IGNORE-TABLE must be specified
If not sure, first try IGNORE-TABLE (-P IGNORE)
Active partition did not exist at boot time?
Retrying boot code installation
Warning: Kernel and BIOS return different head/sector geometries for device 0x80
Kernel: 35304 cylinders, 64 heads, 32 sectors
BIOS: 1023 cylinders, 255 heads, 63 sectors

.... and that's as far as I get in my quest to boot my newly restored image.

Can anybody help me with this issue? I'm pulling my hair out here -- machines are sitting here
waiting to be used, but I can't get the imaging to work.

Any help gratefully accepted,

- andrew