Casey James Price
cprice at aws-sj.com
Fri Jan 7 23:45:03 PST 2005
Yes, I completely removed the old build of my lfs kernel and cleaned the
kernel source-tree, then began to re-do everything and re-copied the new
kernel to the correct location.
From: Steve Prior [mailto:sprior at geekster.com]
Sent: Friday, January 07, 2005 7:34 AM
To: LFS Support List
Subject: Re: LFS Install
Casey James Price wrote:
> Hi there,
> At first I thought the whole root= problem was something to do with
> the fact that my lfs partition is ext3 and I had ext2 built into the
> kernel, and ext3 as a module...but then I fixed this so both ext2 &
> ext3 were built in. So if someone out there could help me out it would
> be really awesome.
Are you SURE that when you rebuilt the kernel with ext3 support that you
copied the new kernel to /boot from the build directory?
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