grub errors and read-only
junk_mail at iol.ie
Sat Aug 6 12:09:06 PDT 2005
Recently, Somebody Somewhere wrote these words
> ok, now I'm getting the same erro, but with the graphical background,
> which means something is happening. Now the initrd is
> initrd(hd0,1) /boot/suse's-initrd -> where hd0,1 corresponds to /hda2,
> i.e. fedora
> the kernel panic problem is still there. there is no mention of suse
> or indeed lfs in fedora's fstab, I'm thinking that's wrong?? Also, in
> suse's fstab, it still has a mention of a mount-point /boot which
> NEVER existed only for the brief 20 seconds or so that Sarge was
> trying to set up partitioning.
> Now I have the initrd working properly, how/where do I edit that
> init=bin/bash ??
One way is to press 'e' when the boot screen is up. The choice you have
highlighted will be put on a command line and you can edit that.
With best Regards,
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