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can't boot up a udb

I have a similar problem.  resc1440.bin works fine.  Here is what I

VFS: Insert root floppy and press ENTER
[MS-DOS FS rel. 12, FAT 12, check=n, uid=0,gid=0, umask=022,bmap]
Transaction block size = 512
floppy0: timeout handler died: do fd request
kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on 02:00

No ideas...

>>>>> "Eric" == Eric Melville <m_thrope@rigelfore.com> writes:

    Eric> i've got a udb from cpu micro mart, and i can get to the
    Eric> milo prompt just fine. when i say:

    MILO> boot fd0:linux root=/dev/fd0 load_ramdisk=1 prompt_ramdisk=1

    Eric> it reads the "rescue" floppy, and gives one odd error, but
    Eric> keeps going until it asks for the root floppy. i put that
    Eric> in, then i get that odd error over and over and over. it
    Eric> says something like "reason: error in ECC, retryable" or
    Eric> something like that. it goes by too fast to get a good look
    Eric> at, and it never ends (i let it go for like 10 minutes). i
    Eric> tried the most recent boot disk, and the previous one, all
    Eric> to no avail.  any ideas?

    Eric> -E

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