Making /pure64 image bootable
Thank you for your repeated and kind advice. After
following your suggestions, somehow it went through
1st & 2nd stage, and well known kernel panic; thus I
edited /boot/grub/menu.lst as follows:
# kopt=root=/dev/hde28 ro
title Debian GNU/Linux, kernel 2.6.5-dop_64-0
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.5-dop_64-0 root=/dev/hde28
ro acpi=off ide=0xb080,0xb002
Now it boot-up beautifully from hde28. Thanks to you
really. I must get up early tomorrow. I will
experiment all of your procedure using other
partitions again this weekend. And, of course, let
you know any additional steps to boot-up properly.
Your suggested alternative method cannot be applied to
hde because mini.iso kernel refuses to recognize hde.
I appreciate your assistance and patience.
Toshikazu Aiyama, Ph.D.
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