[lfs-support] Can't get LFS to boot, fsck.ext4 no such file or directory while trying to open ....
martynvidler at aol.com
Sun Mar 24 01:40:00 PDT 2013
On 24/03/13 00:57, TJ Olaes wrote:
> Good evening.
> Hope someone can help me see something I'm missing, I've been googling all day
> trying to get LFS to boot up and have made some progress but this one is
> stumping me.
> Currently, I have at least one problem, which is that the boot sequence fails at
> this point:
> Checking file systems...fsck.ext4: No such file or directory while trying to
> open /dev/hda8
> What I'm doing right now is booting from the grub command line, a la:
> grub> set
> ... snip some variable lines ...
> ... snip more stuff ...
> grub> linux /vmlinux-3.8.3-lfs-7.3 root=/dev/sda8
> grub> boot
> My config:
> /dev/hda1 is an ext4 boot partition named "boot"
> /dev/hda5 is an ext4 partition for "usr"
> /dev/hda6 is ext4 for "opt"
> /dev/hda7 is ext4 for "src"
> /dev/hda8 is the ext4 root partition
> /dev/hda9 is ext4 for "home"
> I'm using Grub2 v1.99.
> Thanks for any help I can get.
Is this a typo
grub> linux /vmlinu*_x_*-3.8.3-lfs-7.3 root=/dev/sda8
cp -v arch/x86/boot/bzImage /boot/vmlinu_z_-3.8.1-lfs-7.3
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