Re: rolling a kernel for a different machine
Your boot disk has to point to the root partition of
the system it's
booting on. What failure or error messages are you
getting from the
laptop when you try to boot?
everything is smooth through the partition check and
then I get:
Invalid session number or type of track
Kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on
seems like your on the right track. Any idea how to
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