I want to install (L)ubuntu on a hard disk via an SATA controller which is by default (not yet) supported by the standard ubuntu kernel (OCZ revodrive 3 x2). However, I was able to patch the Kernel and then access the hard disk that way.
Now I am stuck as I do not know how to get an (L)Ubuntu boot CD with this patched Kernel.
Ideas I had no success with until now:
Installing Lubuntu on another hard disk and copying its root partition content to the new disk, then setting up a new bootloader -> system did not show any messages and did not boot
Running the ubiquity installer from within the ubuntu installation on another hard disk (but with the patched kernel)
Is there a way to generate a CD with a custom kernel?