L4Linux bootprompt question
jayesh.salvi at veritas.com
Sat Feb 12 19:39:28 CET 2005
>You can also write /dev/hda6 directly. The major:minor way is just
>another way expressing this.
I thought the same, but it didn't work.
>> l4linux download page).. However now I have come to know that there
>> no passing around compilation of L4Linux and L4Env, because the ram
>> is designed for 184.108.40.206 and it looks for /lib/220.127.116.11... which I will
>> need to build myself.
> The ramdisk is not designed for any specific Linux version. As long
> the system does not need any kernel modules the ramdisk should just
> work. What's your problem?
I find the linux kernel looking for ../lib/18.104.22.168.. modules. And when
it doesn't find that it runs e2fsck on the file system, which in turn
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