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After I reboot, grub appears OK. when I select gentoo, and it starts all the checs, it gets stuck on >>Determining root device. It says that /dev/sda2 isn't a valid ...
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- 06-18-2007 #1
Problem after rebooting
After I reboot, grub appears OK. when I select gentoo, and it starts all the checs, it gets stuck on >>Determining root device. It says that /dev/sda2 isn't a valid root device, and then asks for a valid one. As I'm new to Linux, I assumed that my root device is where I have the / (/dev/sdb3) but when I put that, it keeps saying the same, so I try with every partition on my disks, but no one seems to work. I checked fstab to look if it was wrong, but all the config was OK. I don't have a clue of what's going on... If someone could give some info about how to solve this, I would appreciate it very much.
- 06-19-2007 #2
post the contents of /etc/fstab and output of fdisk -l command.
- 06-19-2007 #3
I've found that's not the problem. It's about the option real_root passed to the kernel. It seems that it's not recognizing my SATA drives, as they don't appear in ls /dev. Is there any way of installing the modules without recompiling the kernel? Where do I get the drivers? because the sata_nv that I need didn't appear in the available modules... Thanks for any help!