booting lfs - initial reboot problem

Gerard Beekmans gerard at
Tue Jan 9 16:10:37 PST 2001

On January  9, 2001 09:56 am, Bill Suit wrote:
> On Tuesday 09 January 2001 01:16 pm, Gerard wrote:
> > Before you try anything else, please make sure that the kernel you
> > compiled inside chroot contains the proper drivers like IDE, ext2, and
> > whatever you need to get those hde/hdf devices recognized by the kernel.
> > Without the proper drivers in the kernel, the kernel can't work with
> > those hde and hdf disks
> As far as I could tell, those were default values under menuconfig. I rm'd
> the linux/ and unpacked the kernel again. In chroot I compiled the kernel.
> I rm'd the lfskernel out of my distros /boot and cp the new one into it.
> Re-booted and duplicated the error message. Bill

I don't think those options are enabled by default in the kernel, unless the 
kernel somehow auto-detects it and enabled it for you.

Gerard Beekmans

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