First Build - in trouble
nadavvin at gmail.com
Sat Jan 20 10:27:01 PST 2007
Did you get any error or warning in the boot?
Press c in the grub then you get a grub console.
you write the same line of LFS as the menu.lst but use the <TAB> key
to complete path and therefore to check that grub found what it need.
I think "root=/dev/hda4/LINUX_FROM_SCRATCH" should be
On 1/20/07, Slackrat <slackrat4Q at azurservers.com> wrote:
> I downloaded the LFS ISO
> I used the LFS ISO as host as I no longer trust the Linux Distro I
> have installed and am set to dump it as soon as I can
> Single drive Toshiba M40 Laptop with drive partitioned:
> HDA1 NTFS Windows Bootable
> HDA2 WIN95/VFAT Windows/Linux non Bootable storage
> HDA3 REISER Linux Bootable
> HDA4 REISER Linux non Bootable storage
> SWAP NONE - was advised of potential problems on laptop
> I installed LFS into /devhda4/LINUX_FROM_SCRATCH/ after making hda4
> No problems on the compiles and only a minor one switching from LILO
> to GRUB
> menu.lst is as follows:
> Begin /boot/grub/menu.lst
> # By default boot the first menu entry.
> default 0
> # Allow 30 seconds before booting the default.
> timeout 30
> # Use prettier colors.
> color green/black light-green/black
> # The first entry is for LFS.
> title LFS 6.2 LFS-DIR
> root (hd0,3)
> kernel /LINUX_FROM_SCRATCH/boot/lfskernel-184.108.40.206 root=/dev/hda4/LINUX_FROM_SCRATCH
> # Boot DOS
> title Win$hit
> rootnoverify (hd0,0)
> chainloader +1
> # Boot Linux
> title Slack
> root (hd0,2)
> kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/hda3 vga=773 ro
> # Boot Memory Test
> title Memory Test
> root (hd0,2)
> kernel /memtest/memtest.bin
> # EOF
> LFS does not boot
> The other three choices do boot
> I have also moved - using 'cp' - all of the LINUX_FROM_SCRATCH directory
> into the root of hda4 to see if this would work
> This does not work either
> I modified 'menu.lst' to reflect the change in location
> I used fdisk to make hda4 bootable then made the LINUX_FROM_SCRATCH
> directory but since it was already formatted Reiser, I ignored the
> instructions to make the EXT2 filesystem
> Any advise on what I can try next please?
> Does LFS have to be on a partition that already has a working system
> on it?
> I had no problems with the actual compiling of the files
> Regards, Slackrat [Bill Henderson] [No _4Q_ for direct email]
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