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Hello, All! i've added partition so linux moved. i did setup loader so it uses correct one and passes root=/dev/hda8 to kernel( i tried both lilo and aspldr). kernel starts to boot, but then breaks: EXT2-FS Warning: check time reached: running e2fsck is recommended VFS: Mounted root( ext2 filesystem) Journalled Block Device drive loaded VFS: Can't find ext3 filesystem on dev ide0(3,7) mount: Mounting /dev/hda7 on /sysroot failed: Invalid argument so far nobody said where to configure this 8-[[[ With best regards, Alex Mizrahi....

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    Default /dev/hda7 -> /dev/hda8

    Hello, All!

    i've added partition so linux moved. i did setup loader so it uses correct
    one and passes root=/dev/hda8 to kernel( i tried both lilo and aspldr).

    kernel starts to boot, but then breaks:

    EXT2-FS Warning: check time reached: running e2fsck is recommended
    VFS: Mounted root( ext2 filesystem)
    Journalled Block Device drive loaded
    VFS: Can't find ext3 filesystem on dev ide0(3,7)
    mount: Mounting /dev/hda7 on /sysroot failed: Invalid argument

    so far nobody said where to configure this 8-[[[

    With best regards, Alex Mizrahi.


    Alex Mizrahi Guest

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    Default Re: /dev/hda7 -> /dev/hda8

    Alex Mizrahi <pmizetel.dn.ua> wrote:
    > i've added partition so linux moved. i did setup loader so it uses correct
    > one and passes root=/dev/hda8 to kernel( i tried both lilo and aspldr).
    >
    > kernel starts to boot, but then breaks:
    >
    > EXT2-FS Warning: check time reached: running e2fsck is recommended
    > VFS: Mounted root( ext2 filesystem)
    > Journalled Block Device drive loaded
    > VFS: Can't find ext3 filesystem on dev ide0(3,7)
    > mount: Mounting /dev/hda7 on /sysroot failed: Invalid argument
    what is /sysroot?


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    Default Re: /dev/hda7 -> /dev/hda8

    (message (Hello 'armin)
    (you :wrote :on '(Wed, 27 Aug 2003 00:52:48 GMT))
    (
    >> i've added partition so linux moved. i did setup loader so it uses
    >> correct one and passes root=/dev/hda8 to kernel( i tried both lilo
    >> and aspldr).
    >> kernel starts to boot, but then breaks:
    >> EXT2-FS Warning: check time reached: running e2fsck is recommended
    >> VFS: Mounted root( ext2 filesystem)
    >> Journalled Block Device drive loaded
    >> VFS: Can't find ext3 filesystem on dev ide0(3,7)
    >> mount: Mounting /dev/hda7 on /sysroot failed: Invalid argument
    aw> what is /sysroot?

    i don't actually know. after it some BusyBox with limited set of commands
    launches..
    it worked before, so i think that if i find where this wrong hda7 is
    written, it will boot again.

    )
    (With-best-regards '(Alex Mizrahi) :aka 'killer_storm)
    (prin1 "Jane dates only Lisp programmers"))


    Alex Mizrahi Guest

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    Default Re: /dev/hda7 -> /dev/hda8

    "Alex Mizrahi" <pmizetel.dn.ua> writes:
    > i've added partition so linux moved. i did setup loader so it uses correct
    > one and passes root=/dev/hda8 to kernel( i tried both lilo and aspldr).
    >
    > kernel starts to boot, but then breaks:
    >
    > EXT2-FS Warning: check time reached: running e2fsck is recommended
    > VFS: Mounted root( ext2 filesystem)
    > Journalled Block Device drive loaded
    > VFS: Can't find ext3 filesystem on dev ide0(3,7)
    > mount: Mounting /dev/hda7 on /sysroot failed: Invalid argument
    The problem is that init after the filecheck wants to remount
    your / rw, but the info in /etc/fstab tells the old value.

    Boot with the following command (intelligently suited to your needs):

    linux root=/dev/hda8 init=/bin/bash

    They you will get a bash prompt very early. Remount the filesystem
    read/write.

    mount -o remount,rw /

    It is possible that it won't work, and in that case, use

    mount -o remount,rw /dev/hda8

    Modify your /etc/fstab. Change the line which refers to your root.

    *VERY IMPORTANT* change the filesystem back to ro:

    mount -o remount,ro /

    sync
    exit

    And hopefully it will work. Maybe an additional "rw" parameter on the
    lilo command line eliminates the whole remount stuff, but I have
    never done it that way.

    Vilmos
    Vilmos Soti Guest

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    Default Re: /dev/hda7 -> /dev/hda8

    (message (Hello 'Vilmos)
    (you :wrote :on '(26 Aug 2003 22:36:54 -0700))
    (

    >> i've added partition so linux moved. i did setup loader so it uses
    >> correct one and passes root=/dev/hda8 to kernel( i tried both lilo
    >> and aspldr).
    >> kernel starts to boot, but then breaks:
    >> EXT2-FS Warning: check time reached: running e2fsck is recommended
    >> VFS: Mounted root( ext2 filesystem)
    >> Journalled Block Device drive loaded
    >> VFS: Can't find ext3 filesystem on dev ide0(3,7)
    >> mount: Mounting /dev/hda7 on /sysroot failed: Invalid argument
    VS> The problem is that init after the filecheck wants to remount your /
    VS> rw, but the info in /etc/fstab tells the old value.

    i've found what it was - it did mount root filesystem according to command
    in /linuxrc from initrd image.

    )
    (With-best-regards '(Alex Mizrahi) :aka 'killer_storm)
    (prin1 "Jane dates only Lisp programmers"))


    Alex Mizrahi Guest

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