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RE: big trouble after apt-get upgrading my HP9000 d360/2

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Frans Pop [mailto:aragorn@tiscali.nl] 
> Sent: Tuesday, February 21, 2006 6:30 PM
> To: debian-hppa@lists.debian.org
> Subject: Re: big trouble after apt-get upgrading my HP9000 d360/2
> On Tuesday 21 February 2006 18:06, Jürgen Leibner wrote:
> > udevd-event[3324]: run_program: exec of program
> > '/lib/udev/udev_run_hotplugd' fa
> > iled
> > udevd-event[3325]: run_program: exec of program
> > '/lib/udev/udev_run_devd' failed
> All these messages are harmless. The latest version of udev (0.084-5) 
> fixes this again.
> > Uniform Multi-Platform E-IDE driver Revision: 7.00alpha2
> > ide: Assuming 50MHz system bus speed for PIO modes; override with
> > idebus=xx Done.
> > Begin: Mounting root file system ...
> > Begin: Running /scripts/local-top ...
> > Done.
> > ALERT! /dev/sda5 does not exist. Dropping to a shell!
> This is the only real problem and is also a known issue fixed 
> in latest 
> udev. To work around it:
> - check if 'ls /dev/sd*' actually shows /dev/sda5 or not;
> - if it does, try typing exit at the shell prompt and the boot will
>   probably complete normally
> - if not, try 'cat /proc/modules'; is any module you need missing?
>   if it is, try modprobing it, see if /dev/sda comes available and
>   again type exit to continue the boot
> This assumes you don't use RAID or LVM, in that case it might 
> be a bit 
> more complicated.

I'm using RAID and LVM but not on boot device.

> Anyway, forcing regeneration of the initrd should solve the 
> boot problems. 
> Upgrading to the new udev (and then regenerating the initrd) is 
> advisable.
I'm not very firm in handling such systems.
So it might be I'm doing somthing wrong.
Now I will try to do the steps you advised to do.
May be I will need some more detailed help then.

Juergen Leibner
Coffeecup empty - Userpanic!
Jürgen Leibner	juergen.leibner@t-online.de

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