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Re: Linux-image-2.6.25 won't boot - target filesystem error

On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 10:50:03AM +0100, Anthony Campbell wrote:

> On 30 Jun 2008, Daniel Dalton wrote:
> No error messages. I do get:
> 	aetting up linux-image-2.6.25-2-amd64 (2.6.25-6) ...
> 	Running depmod.
> 	Finding valid ramdisk creators.

should be fine

> The kernel is correct; I'm currently using linux-image-2.6.23-amd64.


> I take the point about using a rescue disk but I'm not sure of what to
> try for /etc/fstab. I know that a fresh installation of linux uses

Erm, didn't you say you found this on google earlier? Isn't that how we
got started talking about rescue cds? Or have I mistaken... You know you
can also backup your fstab before you touch it so it is just a matter of
doing this when in the rescue cd:
cp /path/to/backup/fstab /etc
(that will restore your backup)

> different syntax but I don't remember what it is or how it works.
> Currently I have:

Don't ask me about fstab, I haven't read up on this much, perhaps others
can help with this.

Daniel Dalton


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