On Mon, 11 Sep 2000, Neal H Walfield wrote:
> Sounds like your root partition is using features that the hurd does not
> support. Try passing the -O sparse_super to mke2fs.
Thanks! I did once again (mke2fs -O sparse_super -o hurd /dev/hdb3)
-> doesn't work.
Hurd printk's the following:
hd1s1 hd1s2 hd1s3
where hd2s3 IS filled with /boot/gnumach.gz and the other files.
I tried it with GRUB manually and used TAB like in the shell,
GRUB got the kernel and module right...
I also tried other combinations (hd0s1 - hd4s4) but always this
'hd?s? does not exist' (where ? is filled out with digits)
I don't think I am missing some configuration-point (noone thougt this
ever:^) but hey, I don't want to CVS all the sources to cross-compile ...
> On Mon, Sep 11, 2000 at 08:56:16PM +0200, Florian Zimmermann wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I've installed Debian/HURD today (I needed many hours:( )
> > While booting, the kernel stops at loading gnumach, because
> > he can't read the root directory.
> > my /gnu-dir is the third partition at the second ide-device (hd1,2)
> > and is labeled #83 (linux).
> > my menu.lst looks like:
> > root (hd1,2)
> > kernel /boot/gnumach.gz root=hd1s3
> > module /boot/serverboot.gz
> > Any ideas what's wrong with hd1s3 ???
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