Booting Problem

David J. Hong davidjhong at gmail.com
Mon Feb 13 20:59:21 PST 2006


Thanks. I looked through .config and made sure that ext2 file system
and SCSI is compiled into kernel and recompiled. Problem still
remains. I rebooted it several time, it seems the very last three
lines shown is

......IRQ 10......
......IRQ 11......
......IRQ 12......

before the screen goes to blank. Any more thoughts?

On 2/13/06, Dan Nicholson <dbn.lists at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 2/13/06, jiatian hong <jiatian_hong at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >
> > I did not created
> > initrd.2.6.11-12.img because it is using Ext2.
>
> This is probably your problem.  Using an initrd has nothing to do with
> using Ext2 vs. Ext3.  The important thing here is that unless you're
> going to use an initrd or initramfs or something similar, then you
> need to have support for your file system compiled into the kernel.
> It can't be a module unless you're providing some bootstrapping image
> like an initrd.
>
> If your host was one of the major distros, then most likely your
> kernel is mostly modules.  You need to recompile a kernel with support
> for the kind of device and file system that your root directory is on
> into the kernel.  Until you get your feet wet with modules, it's best
> to compile most everything you need into the kernel.  You can always
> make the kernel more modular later.
>
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