On Wed, Sep 15, 2004 at 12:10:27PM +0200, Ivan Warren wrote: > VFS: Mounted root (ext3 filesystem) readonly. > Freeing unused kernel memory: 8k freed > Warning: unable to open an initial console. > </LOG> Add devfs=mount to the kernel command line. Since 2.4.27 devfs is not longer mounted by default. > First, I was just getting 'Kernel panic, attempting to kill init'... Ok.. So > I suspected that dasd_eckd_mod just wasn't properly detecting my DASDs > (possibly because of an hercules glitch in dynamic I/O processing ) - So > I simply added a 'dasd_mod dasd=0108-010A' to /etc/mkinitrd/modules (my > range of dasds I use) - and at least I am seeing the modules registering and > detecting the EXT2/3 and swap partitions.. You should use /etc/modprobe.d for module options. I don't know why /etc/mkinitrd/modules exists. > Based on that... How should I specify my root device ? /dev/dasda1 or try to use devfs=mount. Bastian -- Spock: We suffered 23 casualties in that attack, Captain.
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