Re: kernel panic - not syncing: VFS - unable to mount root fs onunknown-block
From: Phillip Susi
Date: Mon Aug 14 2006 - 14:03:55 EST
You need to use the initrd. See the man pages for update-initramfs and
maybe mkinitramfs. The initrd is where all the drivers get loaded and
hardware is detected in an Ubuntu system. It is required for root to be
Hulin Thibaud wrote:
Sorry, new kernel is 2.6.17. to install suspend2.
I believe using LVM, but I'm not sure.
In effect, initrd is not present ! I rode this lines in my menu.lst :
title Ubuntu, kernel 2.6.171915
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.171915 root=/dev/hdb5 ro quiet splash
So, I suppose that's the center of the problem, but actually, I don't
know how to solve it.
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