Re: Attempt to acces block outside partition
On Thu, 9 Sep 1999, Fredrik Liljegren wrote:
Well, you have the same problem that I've got some days before. You can't
use e2fsprogs 1.15. You should downgrade to 1.12 (package in slink) if you
want to install the hurd. Then, remake the filesystem.
I've also tried to boot the kernel from linux partition (as you did) but
thing are worse. libc doesn't works and dpkg stalls in the second pass.
Just downgrade to 1.12; that solved my problem.
> I was today trying to install the HURD. I followed the instructions from
> http://www.pick.ucam.org/~mcv21/hurd.html of today and downloaded everything
> I made a partition, placed all below cyl 1024 to avoid booting problems.. I
> set it to 83, and run the latest debian potato mke2fs (from
> e2fsprogs_1.15-2) with "-o hurd".
> It seemed to work fine. I could mount the partition, the cross-install
> script had no objections whatsoever. When booting up the GRUB from the
> boot-disk, it recognised the partition as ext2fs. But then, when trying to
> set the "kernel=/boot/gnumach ...", it complaines over "Attempt to acces
> block outside partition", and fails. I've tried setting root in grub to my
> linux partition, and it reads it perfectly. I can still mount my hurd
> partition in linux and read it without any errors. I even tried copying the
> gnumach.gz and serverboot.gz to my linux partition and setting grubs root to
> that one, letting it read the kernel (wich it does with no complains) and
> the kernels root to my hurd partition, but the kernel panics out...
> I have run e2fsck on it, with -f; no complaints..
> What now? Can it have anything to do with the "-o hurd" in the mke2fs? Or
> can the script have done anything so that GRUB don't like it, while it has
> no problems with my older linux partition?
> Regards, Fredrik
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