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Re: Doesn't boot Linux on SATA, but OpenBSD

From: Uwe Dippel
Subject: Re: Doesn't boot Linux on SATA, but OpenBSD
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2006 13:12:08 +0800

So, when I root (hd0,1,a) followed by chainloader +1, it boots to
OpenBSD splendidly.
But root (hd0,0) [ext2 filesystem], makeactive, kernel vmliuz--- ro
root=/dev/sda6, initrd ..., boot
dies with pivot_root ... cannot open /dev/console ... Kernel panic.
Yes, /dev/sda6 is '/'

What is it that I make wrong here ?

Though I have yet to solve it, it seems I can absolve grub. After
plenty of research I found the problem to be with Debian, either a
kernel problem (missing driver) or a devfs/udev problem.

Now I am having to sort out a Debian-problem as it seems.

My excuses for the noise on the grub-list,


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