[pkg-fso-maint] linux-2.6 2.6.39-1gta021 call for testing
pini at debian.org
Fri Nov 4 22:20:58 UTC 2011
Timo Juhani Lindfors a écrit , Le 03/11/2011 21:36:
> Timo Jyrinki <timo.jyrinki at gmail.com> writes:
>> Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on
> I just tested with a SDHC card that is known not to work with linux. The
> error message I get mentions unknown-block(0,0) and gives me a list of
> partitions that only have mtdblock* entries.
Same error here. My guess is is that's due to linux-base which warns
> Configuring linux-base
> The new Linux kernel version provides different drivers for some PATA
> (IDE) controllers. The names of some hard disk, CD-ROM, and tape
> devices may change.
> It is now recommended to identify disk devices in configuration files
> by label or UUID (unique identifier) rather than by device name, which
> will work with both old and new kernel versions.
> If you choose to not update the system configuration automatically,
> you must update device IDs yourself before the next system reboot or
> the system may become unbootable.
> Boot loader configuration check needed
> The boot loader configuration for this system was not recognized.
> These settings in the configuration may need to be updated:
> * The root device ID passed as a kernel parameter;
> * The boot device ID used to install and update the boot loader.
> You should generally identify these devices by UUID or label.
> However, on MIPS systems the root device must be identified by name.
I'm using qi-menu to handle multi-boot. There must be a way to change
its configuration so that it uses UUIDs.
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