Re: Re:kernel boot failure
> Scsi controller is Qlogic 1020,
> kernel menuconfig file contains:
> Config_SCSI_QLOGIC_ISP=m, is this the problem?
Yes, this is the problem. Change
You are telling the kernel to load the driver for the scsi-controller, that
handles you root-partition at boot-time. Unfortunately, this driver
is on the root-partition ( usually ).
Changing from "m" to "y" links the driver to the kernel at compile
time ( yes, you need to recompile the kernel after that change ).
Thus, the driver is present upon loading the kernel itself and can
therefore happily go on and "talk" to your root-partition.
Thomas Weyergraf email@example.com
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