Problems running l4-linux in VMWare with SCSI Discs
voelp at os.inf.tu-dresden.de
Sun Dec 27 16:23:32 CET 2009
(Changed topic as suggested by Adam to make fang's problem more traceable)
> On Fri Dec 25, 2009 at 09:29:58 +0800, fang zhengshu wrote:
> > I chage the command line "root=/dev/sda1" instead of
> "root=/dev/sda" ,but
> > there is still the error as the new attach! please look it.
> > > - the Linux booted only finds a VMware Virtual CDROM as hda,
> so there's
> > > no sda device found, I'm not currently sure wheter VMware
> > > SATA or not but you should make sure that VMware supplies a
> disk to
> > > the guest, the Linux driver for that is compiled in and that
> the root=
> > > option corresponds to that.
> > >
> > I'm sorry for not very clearly. If the VMware does not support
> the SATA, how
> > can it find the l4linux kernel and the other l4 modules??If you
> don't agree ,
> > which must I select when configure the l4linux?
> Which type of disk did you configure in your VMware setup?
> scsi disk,and I try to create a ide disk ,then it can dectect the disk.
> so I think there is some problem with the vmware and the scsi.
> because I have enable the scsi disk.
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