FC3 does not boot with an own vanilla kernel
ron.flory at adtran.com
Wed Nov 10 18:34:08 UTC 2004
> On Wed, 2004-11-10 at 15:52 +0100, Joachim Backes wrote:
>>I made an update from FC2 to FC3, and now, my machine will no more boot:
>>The boot stops when executing the init scripts:
>>having problems with the /dev directory (cannot open /dev//null and/or
>>/dev//console). I'm not using the FC3 kernel, but the vanilla kernel
>>2.6.9. When using the FC3 kernel, all is OK. I think, it has
>>to do with udev (in my vanilla kernel, hotplug is configered
I've seen this as well- have been unable to get FC3* to run
under a vanilla kernel.org kernel. When i disable the 'quiet' flag
in grub, the boot process aborts with something like 'unable to open
I never reported it because I thought i was missing something
obvious- i guess I'm not the only one.
Arjan van de Ven wrote:
> did you also make an initrd?
> (if you used "make install" in the kernel tree one should have been
> created for you automatically, as well as it being added to grub
I know I did when I tried it, except i run mkinitrd manually.
Could this have something to do with udev? I noticed that if
I enabled the deprecated /dev FS, it broke in a slightly different
manner. I suspect the problem is the FC3 environment expects a
magic combination of kernel options- I just have not been able to
stumble upon them yet...
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