Bug#354458: Kernel panic after upgrading initramfs-tools
- To: "maximilian attems" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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- Subject: Bug#354458: Kernel panic after upgrading initramfs-tools
- From: "Manuel Bilderbeek" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Fri, 17 Mar 2006 12:40:02 -0500
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2006/3/17, maximilian attems <email@example.com>:
> the easiest thing for your is to look for your next local debian expert.
I'm afraid that's me :)
> you may have forgotten to install the grub package inside of your chroot.
You explicitly told me to run grub-install from outside the chroot
(so, the Knoppix one), so I didn't do anything else.
> you'll get an chroot from an recent debian etch beta 2 installer,
> which you can boot with "rescue" and there is an reinstall grub
> in the rescue operation menu (which will rerun the grub-install you
> already tried) but not install grub itself that you need to do from the
Well, you should have told me then :) I'll try to install grub from the chroot.
> > How can I prevent it in the future?
> always keep 2 linux-images to boot into it,
> initramfs-tools only updates your newest one.
Yeah, but unfortunately, due to my small root partition, I had to
remove the older kernel. I tried to reinstall it, but 2.6.12 had been
removed from etch.
About your next mail: that device command simply isn't available in
the grub commandline that I get. It doesn't exist. Maybe it's too old?
I think it's grub 0.95. According to Knoppix it's 0.95+cvs20040624-17.