Cannot boot LFS 6.0 - grub is working - when LFS is selected it causes reboot of system
rblythe714 at comcast.net
Tue Jun 7 04:13:20 PDT 2005
On Tuesday 07 June 2005 1:01 am, Wiliam Harrington wrote:
> On Mon, 06 Jun 2005 20:23:43 -0400, rblythe wrote:
> > On Sunday 05 June 2005 5:27 pm, Ken Moffat wrote:
> >> On Sun, 5 Jun 2005, rblythe wrote:
> >> > I have just finished the LFS 6.0 book. I don't have any information
> >> > to post because when I restarted my computer the boot screen appeared
> >> > with LFS as the first boot option (I also have MEPIS 3.3.1). When LFS
> >> > 6.0 is selected, it starts, shows two lines of output (they go by so
> >> > fast I cant read them) and then the computer beeps and goes through
> >> > the boot sequence again and provides me with a grub menu.
> >> Sounds like you selected the wrong processor when you configured the
> >> kernel.
> >> Ken
> >> --
> >> das eine Mal als Tragödie, das andere Mal als Farce
> > Okay, I re-compiled the kernel with no luck. I get the same outcome as
> > before. If anyone has another possible solution please let me know.
> > Randy
> I had a 486 that would do that after selecting the entry. Most the time
> if you build with CFLAGS set it'll affect grub. Did you set any
> optimizations while building grub? Since you say MEPIS 3.3.1 entry is
> working fine, are they both using the same type of filesystem? Give a bit
> more information if you can on how the system is setup and how you
> configured the system to use grub.
> William (Ratrophy)
Well I think I have more problems. MEPIS uses ext3 file system, but in
previous attempts to configure grub, it said that root was ext2. I don't
know if that is a problem or not. Because I don't yet understand
optimization flags, I didn't consciously set any (I don't know how). Last
night I recompiled the kernel again and this morning when I went to configure
grub it gave me this message after I typed root (hd0,3):
Error 21: selected disk does not exist.
This has happened before and previous times I would restart my chroot
environment and mount everything again. I noticed that none on dev/pts type
devpts (rw,gid=4,mode=620) is mounted twice and none on dev/shm type tmpfs
(rw) is mounted twice. Also when I try the logout before rebooting into LFS
for the first time, most of the mounts say busy - unable to umount (don't
know the exact output but I'm hoping you all know what I mean)
I don't know how I hosed this thing up, but if anyone can provide me with a
fix. I would appreciate it. If no fix is available, can someone tell me how
to rebuild starting from chapter 6 using the /tools that I already have
created. I'm hoping I didn't blow it in the earliest stages of this thing
but if a complete restart is necessary then that is what I will have to do.
Please let me know.
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