grub missing kernel...
warbirdnut at ev1.net
Thu Mar 25 06:38:02 PST 2004
You've got me on this one. In a perfect world I'd say you're not using
the correct file name. But you can load the other kernel so I don't
think that is the problem here. I can't say for sure either way. Do
you have access to another machine running Linux? You could try moving
the kernel to another machine or perhaps trying a boot floppy if the
kernel is small enough. If the kernel works on another machine or with a
boot floppy, I would assume it is an issue with GRUB.
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> On 25-3-2004 0:01, twbms wrote:
> | On 24-3-2004 22:39, Ken Moffat wrote:
> | |
> | | Silly question first: did you cp the bzImage to /boot/kernel after
> | | you'd built it ? For more info, maybe `ls -l /boot' would be useful.
> | |
> | | Ken
> | lo ken,
> | No its not a silly question, and yes i copied it to the /boot
> | i even copied along the System.map file.
> | giving a list of the /boot gone be hard, me beig on windows at the
> | moment, i do how ever am able to take a screenshot of it ( using LTOOLS
> | to read the linux partition )
> | twbms
> The pic of the /boot folder.
> Also info about my partition table.
> hda1 = windows
> hda2 = old boot partition, changed it to hda4 ( since i need it for the
> final system ) and yes i installed grub on it.
> hda3 extended partition, wich contain hda5 and hda6
> hda4 = swap file
> hda5 = LFS 5.1
> hda6 = this gone be the new linux 2.6 with nplt ( if i get it to load my
> kernel )
> hdb is a sata disk.
> On 25-3-2004 4:14, Richard Hamilton wrote:
> | What happens if you try to load the kernel from the command line of
> | GRUB?
> Same thing happens, it can't find file and i get a error 15.
> but if i load the LFSkernel, wich is also in the dir it loads just fine.
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