Re: Debian Installer - RAID0 SOFT
I do that... I create the initrd... but the machine don't boot!
@ 24/9, Steve Langasek:
> On Thu, Sep 18, 2003 at 11:01:09PM -0300, Jozeph Brasil wrote:
> > Thank you for reply-me back!
> > > The next incarnation of the Debian installer (which is what this mailing
> > > list is for) seems to have some support for LVM/EVMS. For woody, the
> > > steps you describe above seem very correct, except for the need for a
> > > separate /boot partition.
> > But I have a separated /boot partition...
> > Look:
> > /dev/hda1 = /boot
> > /dev/hda2 = swap
> > /dev/hda3 = linux raid autodetect -\__ root (/)
> > /dev/hdb1 = linux raid autodetect -/
> > /dev/hda3 and /dev/hdb1 are /dev/md0 (/) root.
> > Booting from Debian CD, running lar1440.bin by blade I can create
> > /dev/md0, install debian on it, the problem, how I said, is boot
> > the machine.
> > How can I create an initrd booting from CD? When I try to do that
> > mounting /dev/md0 in /target and chrooting, mkinitrd fail because
> > /proc is null in the new /target (chroot).
> It should be no problem to mount proc under the /target with
> # mount -tproc none /target/proc
> > In make-kpkg have a option: --initrd, I have tried it but the
> > initrd imagem was not created... Is that option to create initrd?
> > Similar to mkinitrd ?
> No idea on that one.