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Tue Nov 24 11:41:13 PST 2009
On 11/24/09, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> If you are getting a kernel panic, it's not grub. Grub did it's job and
> loaded the kernel, then the kernel had a problem.
But, there are 2 places that cause kernel panic:
1) grub's kernel/linux line, the root=/dev/[is_incorrect] parameter
2) fstab's: [is_incorrect] / root line
Kernel may panic if it can't find its system in (1)
Kernel may find (1), but (2) is wrong
(1) and (2) can even be different if the kernel can use it.
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