Debian on PE2600?
flashine at cs.wpi.edu
Fri Jun 13 09:58:01 CDT 2003
I tried another stupid partition and mounting as following
sda1 / ext2 102M
sda2 -unmounted- 67908M
sda3 swap 1992M
No partition for /boot
Surprisely, I passed the installation of base system, the machine
rebooted successfully and did not give me the "kernal Panic", I was
welcomed by debian! I didn't add any software when it asked me do that
since I only have 102M total. Then debian ran a while and gave me the
I got confused....
I will try to combine sda1 and sda2 together to a new sda1, and mount it
as /, and see what is gonna happen.
On Fri, 13 Jun 2003, Huahui Wu wrote:
> I checked the partition Red Hat likes, and tried with the partition as
> well as mounted (double checked with "view partition")
> sda1 /boot ext3 102M
> sda2 / ext3 67908M
> sda3 swap 1992M
> After the first round of reboot, the system gave me following message and
> hanged up.
> request_module[block_major_8]: Root fs not mounted
> VFS: Cannot open root device "802" or 08:02
> Please append a correct "root=" boot option
> Kernel Panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on 08:02
> Any advices?
> On Fri, 13 Jun 2003, Nicolas Ecarnot wrote:
> > Selon Huahui Wu <flashine at cs.wpi.edu>:
> > > So, it's ok to skip the "configure device driver modules", isn't it?
> > >
> > > Well, can't go into shell yet, so can't use df -k
> > >
> > > I remember what I partitioned is
> > > sda1 bootable /root 50M
> > > sda2 / 72G
> > > sda3 /swap 2G
> > Are you sure this is really the partition map you want ?
> > I won't go far into partitionning questions, but with such a huge HD, you
> > should consider using more partitions.
> > For example, /usr, /var, /home...
> > >
> > > Let me try again ...
> > Yes, there is a clear and simple partitionning problem.
> > Try again and keep us aware.
> > Good luck.
> > --
> > Nicolas Ecarnot
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