"kernel panic:VFS:Unable to mount root fs on 03:03"
Are you sure you are not having BIOS/disk geometry problems? AFAIK with
certain BIOSes the Linux root partition must be within the first 1024
cylinders (typically, first 512Mb) of the hard disk, otherwise problems
appear. Since your first partition is DOS, the root partition may be outside
of that zone. This is basically a BIOS problem. Consult the LargeDisk HOWTO
for exhaustive detail.
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