initrd don't work

Svedese nospam at
Fri Jun 18 13:01:37 PDT 2004

I have found the error:
the script don't copy some essential file to the initrd.img (busybox, etc.)

It's only a my problem?

Svedese scrisse:
> My system is: LFS 5.1-pre, kernel 2.6.5 from debian (debian
> configuration), reiserfs for the root device
> I have read (carefully) the initrd hint and i have some problem:
> 1. if i use the gzip compressed initrd the kernel can't read it
> 2. the cramfs option of the script mkinitrd don't exist
> 3. if i append root=/dev/hda1 the kernel don't read the initrd, if i
> append root=/dev/ram0 the kernel don't find init
> reiserfs and ext2 are compiled in kernel, almost all other things are
> modules.

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