In muc.lists.debian.user, you wrote:
> Ted wrote:
>> I am trying to boot a SuSE partition on hdb1 using grub..I have the
>> following lines in menu.lst
>> title suse2
>> root (hd1,0)
>> kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/hdb1 ro hdc=scsi
>> On bootup the system starts to load and then I get a kernel panic
>> message and the system locks up...Could anyone please tell me what I am
>> doinmg wrong...
My guesses: either a bad kernel image or your kernel needs an
> No, sorry, just ideas...
> - Are the parameters "ro hdc=scsi" really needed? I'm am using grub on
> all systems without these.
It depends on the kernel image. If it doesn't have the right
defaults for ro/root set in it, then these options may be
needed. Don't know about SuSe, but most RH kernels need them
(last time I checked).
> - Is vmlinuz on a filesystem supported by grub, like ext2, reiserfs etc.?
If not, you'd get an error message from grub and the kernel
would never get loaded.
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