Re: kernel image parameters
Richard Heycock wrote:
Your kernel can't mout its root-filesystem. It could be, that you should
be using something like root=/dev/rd/c0d0p1 instead of rd=/dev/rd/0.
The exact numbers depend on your system where the first 0 is the number
of your controller, the second 0 is the number of the logical disk on
that controller and 1 to 7 is the partitionnumber on that disk.
Since I've had no joy in getting 2.6.1 (or 2.6.0) can anyone give me the
command to boot kernel-image-2.6.0-1-generic. I have tried (arc/milo):
boot sda1:/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.0-1-generic initrd=/initrd.img
I have tried numerous variations of the above but I generally get:
Kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(0,0)