"Paul Galbraith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > I want to move my root partition to a new drive. I created a new > partition and formatted it, and then used cp -a from a knoppix CD to > copy the root parition files over to the new parition, and changed > fstab to point to the new location. Don't copy knoppix CDs to get an installation, use knx-hdinstall.sh (and join the Knoppix mailing list). > However, when I reboot from the new location, I get this error and a > kernel panic, and the system freezes during boot: > > > > mout: /dev2/root2 is not a valid block device /dev2/root2/ isn't a path to anything on most systems... -- Paul Johnson <email@example.com> Linux. You can find a worse OS, but it costs more.
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