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Re: Kernel PANIC during boot

From: Ciaran O'Riordan
Subject: Re: Kernel PANIC during boot
Date: Thu, 6 Mar 2003 01:30:20 +0000
User-agent: Mutt/1.4i

Hi Daniele,
  I'm in a bit of a rush but I had this problem a few months
back, I think the solution was to fix my kernel params.
Here's my current (working) grub entry for booting into GNU:

title GNU(/Hurd)
root   (hd1,0)
kernel /boot/gnumach.gz root=device:hd2s1
module /hurd/ext2fs.static --multiboot-command-line=${kernel-command-line} 
--host-priv-port=${host-port} --device-master-port=${device-port} 
--exec-server-task=${exec-task} -T typed ${root} $(task-create) $(task-resume)
module /lib/ /hurd/exec $(exec-task=task-create)

I originally copied this from a FAQ or an install guide, I just changed the
root and root=device bits.  (I may have copied it from an example entry in
the Grub documentation.)

Hope this helps.
Ciaran O'Riordan

On Thu, Mar 06, 2003 at 02:01:54AM +0100, Daniele Bellucci wrote:
> My grub configuration for the new OS is composed by the following lines:
> root (hd2,0)
> kernel /boot/gnumach root=device:hd0s1 -s
> module /boot/serverboot
> After booting gnu os is loaded in memory, but as system boot the kernel goes 
> in idle state until i press
> a key. Now an orrible kernel panic occours:
> panic: trap
> Can anyone help-me?

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