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- Jun 2006
new compiled kernel panics. (2.6)
my problem is that when I boot with it I get
VFS: Cannot open root device "342" or unkown-block(3,66) please append a correct "root=" boot option Not Syncing: VFS: unable to mound root fs on unknown block (3,66)
someone else on the forum had this because of a bad hard drive, I doubt
this is the case though because im running on my old kernel right now (I
was smart and made backups heh)
heres my lilo.conf
# LILO configuration file # generated by 'liloconfig' # # Start LILO global section boot = /dev/hda message = /boot/boot_message.txt prompt timeout = 1200 # Override dangerous defaults that rewrite the partition table: change-rules reset # VESA framebuffer console @ 1024x768x64k vga = 791 # Normal VGA console # vga = normal # VESA framebuffer console @ 1024x768x64k # vga=791 # VESA framebuffer console @ 1024x768x32k # vga=790 # VESA framebuffer console @ 1024x768x256 # vga=773 # VESA framebuffer console @ 800x600x64k # vga=788 # VESA framebuffer console @ 800x600x32k # vga=787 # VESA framebuffer console @ 800x600x256 # vga=771 # VESA framebuffer console @ 640x480x64k # vga=785 # VESA framebuffer console @ 640x480x32k # vga=784 # VESA framebuffer console @ 640x480x256 # vga=769 # End LILO global section # Windows bootable partition config begins other = /dev/hda1 label = Windows table = /dev/hda # Windows bootable partition config ends # Linux bootable partition config begins image = /boot/vmlinuz.old root = /dev/hdb2 label = Linux-old read-only # Linux bootable partition config ends image = /boot/vmlinuz root = /dev/hdb2 label = Linux read-only
im using reifs journeling file system. the kernel is compiled to be native with ext2, ext3, and reifst or however you spell it..
I also noticed that before i get panic alsa dosnt notice my soundcard either.
if you want i can post the .config i used to build it. thanks.
- Join Date
- Jun 2006
well good and bad news..
turned out during the install for some reason it installed with the ReiserFS with a superblock..
im not sure why, but I compiled the kernel for it, and everything was peachy.
however once it did start up the screen would be out of whack, way to low of a resolution. and it would be unable to find any modules (/lib/modules/) did not have a 2.6 folder just a 2.4
to fix this, I dont really need any modules and im only on this computer for another few months then im upgrading to a while new setup in a whole new place.
so, the resolution issue aside (also did not recognize my eth0) i had a problem which results directly from my stupidity
my lilo.conf had my old linux set to vmlinuz.old
bad, considering that every install I would cp to vmlinuz and it would rewrite it with the previous one.
after 2 attempts at compiling a new kernel that failed (previous kernel panic and blank screen) im left with an unbootable machine
if tried using the slackware linux cd and using /sbin/lilo through it, and although I can specify the map file and the config file it is still unable to find map~ which is some kind of directory or something? which dosnt exist in /boot (on the working partition) and which i cannot copy to /boot on the live-cd
so wtf should I do.. iv tried just running the installer again without formatting and only installing the kernel.. didnt work the installer wouldnt go through. and I cant seem to get to just lilo to set it back up to go to.. not only that, not even sure that vmlinuz-ide-2.4 will work.. should, im hoping it will.
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- Jun 2006
well funny situation, after making the kernel i used make install.. apparently this changed my lilo.conf to use something like root = /dev/fd1
why?? well im not sure.. either way, i mounted my partition. then used lilo -r <mounted dir> and it worked fine.
so im back on 2.4.. fixed the VFS sync problem (or know why it happens now).. my soundcard didnt work because on that version i hadnt enabled hotplugs.
still any reason to the module (dosnt really matter) problem or why my console is so freaking big. ill be working on this but at least I can boot again. (turns out I did have a saved 2.4.31 kernel)
thanks for the help eh?