rolling a kernel for a different machine
sorry for posting this to this list as it isn't a
development question but no one on the debian-user or
debian-laptop lists seemed to know.
I'm trying to build a kernel for my laptop (Sony Vaio
F250) on my desktop machine. I tried the following:
then tried to start my laptop with the boot disk.
It goes smoothly through the partition check at which
point I get the error:
Invalid session number or type of track
Kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on
This boot disk will, however, boot the desktop machine
without a hitch.
I've looked in the kernel how-to and can't find the
answer there so any advice or guidance would be
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