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Inclusion of the kernel configuration in gnu/parted/bootdisk?

From: robotti
Subject: Inclusion of the kernel configuration in gnu/parted/bootdisk?
Date: Fri, 28 Jun 2002 21:19:57 +0700

>    Sir,

>Thank you for your parted software.

>My SCSI host adapter is not supported by partboot.img's kernel.
>Therefore I would like to replace its kernel with another one. However
>replacing the kernel with another one that have support for the
>required device did not help. Although the other kernel did manage to
>detect the SCSI device I was not prompted to put the 2nd disk. Instead
>I got an error message stating that

>    request_module[block-major-2]: Root fs not mounted
>    VFS: can not open root device 02:00
>    kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on 02:00

>Can it be due to the fact that my working kernel doesn't have ramdisk
>support builtin? Can you please put the kernel configuration available
>for download so that it will be easier to make a custom kernel?

It's here 'kernel-1.config.txt'.


The kernel must have ram disk and initial ram disk (initrd) support.

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