Re: Q: Kernel Panic at setup
just want to add that my machine has 8mb of ram.
and the 2 physical hard drives have 100mb [master] and
130mb [slave] of space.
> everyone out for a loooooooooooong holiday or is there no
> answer to this problem ?
> > Date: Thu, 19 Dec 96 23:43:20 MST
> > Message-Id: <9612200643.AA25179@nyx.net>
> > To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Q: Kernel Panic at setup
> > hi !
> > i am trying to install debian 1.2 on my 386/33 hooked up
> > to the net via token ring [ibm]
> > on booting up from the resq1440.bin disk, it goes thru the
> > checks and what not, but freezes with a "kernel panic"
> > the last few lines of the output are:
> > crc error [MS-DOS FS Rel. 12, FAT 0, check=n, conv=b, uid=0, gid=0,
> > umask=022, bmap]
> > [me=0x0, cs=0, #f=0, fs=0, fl=0, ds=0, dc=0, data=0, se=0, ts=0, ls=0]
> > Kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on 01:00
> > Transaction block size=512
> > and then it hangs. i've tried using 2 different boot disk, and get exactly
> > the same problem. it does recognise my 2 physical hard drives correctly,
> > including the fact that drive 1 is partitioned into 2 and drive 2 has
> > no partitions.
> > i should mention that i tried to load freebsd-2.1.5-release on the pc
> > before this [ok ok ok...probably shouldn't have....but hey..live and learn]
> > and it booted ok, and re-partitioned the drive into 2, leaving 1
> > part for dos and the second for freebsd, and also rewrote the boot sector
> > with the boot managaer so that when i boot the pc, i get the choice of loading
> > dos or bsd [which is not there].
> > i have reformatted the drive so the original partition is not there but
> > the boot sector remains.
> > i aborted installing freebsd when i realised it had no token ring
> > support. i checked this point before starting on debian, so i did leanr
> > one thing :)
> > ???
> > thanx in advance for help
> > nadeem
> > ps did check the bug report logs .. only thing there was an
> > scsi kernel panic due to kernel problems from one of the earlier debian
> > releases
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