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Re: Kernel 2.6.10 boots panic

> I have been running woody without problem on a no-brand box. The kernel
> is a manually built v2.4.25. Now I am trying to install woody on Asus
> PSCH-L. This hardware uses Intel 6300ESB supporting SATA RAID and a
> Promise PDC20319 SATA RAID chip. I moved the IDE disk from this no-brand
> box to PSCH-L. It takes a long time to boot as it strangely looks for
> hdc and complains that hdc (0x80) does not exist. It runs stably after
> booting though.
> Because kernel 2.6 includes Promise driver (under SCSI sub-menu), I
> compiled kernel 2.6.10 from source and did lilo. However, when booting
> 2.6.10, I get the following panic:
> VFS: Cannot open root device "301" or unknown-block(3,1)
> Please append a correct "root=" boot option
> VFS: Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block(3,1)
> My lilo.conf is fairly simple:
> boot = /dev/hda
> lba32
> delay = 50
> timeout = 50
> prompt
> vga = normal
> root = /dev/hda1
> read-only
> image = /boot/bzImage
>   label = 2.4.25
> image = /boot/bzImage-2.6.10
>   label = 2.6.10

Today I inserted this same IDE disk back to the no-brand box and the
same problem happens when booting v2.6.10. Hence I think there are
issues associated with kernel 2.6.10. Any idea?


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