[lfs-support] Can't boot into LFS kernel.

Khoa Nguyen vankhoa011 at gmail.com
Tue Sep 11 20:03:30 PDT 2012


Hi Henrik,

run make menuconfig
type /VMWARE

>
> There are not the configure for VMWARE. It shows nothing.


> You could try to install another linux distro into vmware, and see how the
>> devices are named and what kernel config options are used.
>
> Or, as mentioned before: use busybox in an initramfs


Can you tell me more about busybox ?
What do you mean "busybox in an initramfs" ?

I understand that due to failed boot process because the kernel can't mount
the root file system to read /etc/inittab.
So we use busybox to mount manually . Right ?

Thanks and Regards,
Khoa Nguyen.
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