On Tue, Mar 11, 2003 at 11:25:39PM -0300, Franco Galian wrote: > It says something about "unable to mount root...". What filesystem do you have? If you are using reiserfs or something else which is not included in the stock kernels, that would precisely explain your problem. Solution: Obtain and boot from a floppy with adequate fs support compiled in. HTH, Nick -- Nicolas Kratz | GPG-key: 1D6D075A <firstname.lastname@example.org> | Never touch a running sysop, <email@example.com> | or your wife is a big hippo.
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